Crossland Economy Studios - Sacramento - Point East Dr.
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So, I'm hading to Peru for three months starting this Saturday. Hope you will follow my blog while I am in Peru so you can see all the crazy awesome adventures I will find myself in. If anybody has any advice on what to see and do while I am in Peru please feel free to comment. All that's left to do now is some last minute …
Dear Friends and Family,
It's been about six months since our last blog post and about eight months since we've come back from our trip. I recently came across some notes that I took on our trip, which I thought I would share with you.
India versus the US
- Loading RV with all luggage.
- Planning anyone will drive
- Meeting anyone at friend's house, and taking off at 11:00 AM.
- Packing up each of our cars with snacks, food, and drink.
- Any one will drive.
- 1 RV and 8 people.
... doesn't "pay up" on a bet. The only thing they have to barter with is cigarettes. Wow!!!
It really sent chills down your spine just being there. Charles Manson was here at one time, as were the Menendez Brothers and Jimmy Jones. All hardened criminals and not afraid to kill while they are there. So scary. This guard we spoke with had been stabbed several times. How's that for a job? No way!!!
... they speak unfairly fast and apparently have an accent I am not used to. They were kind enough to speak some English to me though, but I left Onelica to explain why the car had a smell of **** about it, and why I had a plastic bag of ****-stained clothes for Onelica's mum to wash. We also washed the 'trunk' carpet in the garden with a high-powered hose and displaced the last morsels of **** trapped in my suitcase's wheel mechanism. Talk about first impressions.