Days Inn Camarillo
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Small town North of LA. Out to the old town part of Camarillo, for a drink and some food
... s in her element for once. Ivan is also more common than Ryan or Bronwyn. - Yes, there is wifi everywhere. No it is not always accessible, and if it is, it is pretty slow. You need data on your phone (at least one of you). - Food is also not that cheap, or maybe it's just our perception of 'cheap'. You can get fast food cheaply, eg 2 tacos for 99 c - that's super cheap!! But you can also go to a restaurant/food court and pay $15-20 per person on fast food/junkie ...
... was great but the highlights for me were the two bottles of wine Paige brought from her private cellar. Paige was always trying to convert me to a California wine drinker when we worked together but the wines from last night were her strongest arguments yet. I only wish I would have written down the names? Shame on me but they were really good!
Then today we ...
Well, here I am on a business trip, in limbo, hoping all is well on the home front. I won a Starbucks gift card at the training which I will bring home to Megan....she LOVES Starbucks! Can't wait to return home to the fam and continue with vacation planning. Received some not so good news today from hubby. My 12 year old Suburban, which I LOVE, had been making noises (before I went out of ...
... to heal him, that he would dedicate his life to the poor of his country. He started with a home for the elderly and was soon rescuing babies on the verge of death, and thus Hope of Life International was born.
3,000: The number of orphans we have cared for from infancy to adulthood. Our goal is to give these children a bright future.
2000: The number of children rescued by Hope of Life last year; nearly 70 percent ...