Days Inn Lost Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Motel 6, Lost Hills, 11.15pm
I am about to fall asleep. After a very late night last night and about five hours sleep, I don't have the capacity to be awake at this time.
I went to Universal Studios today with the friend I am visiting in LA. Making use of the annual passes received when we came about a year ago. After the studio tour, in the iconic studio tour 'train’ we went on the Jurassic Park ride. This ...
What could be more fun than driving down the highway, on the first day of your cross-countries trip to Alaska, doing 70mph with a 2000lb trailer on your hitch? How about a trailer tire blowout? This occurred to us earlier today as we were cruising down I-5, just south of a little non-community known as "Lost Hills" California. The tire looks like it exploded, and the ...
I suppose I shouldn't skip ahead. Pastor Kiran Paul deserves at least a mention in a journal of my travels, as his hospitality and his story were both amazing. After we left Mori Village, we traveled south to the Krishna district (Still in Andhra Pradesh) to a city by the name of Machilipatnam. This is where we met Mr. Kiran Paul, who is a pastor of the largest church in the city. He is a member of the highest caste in India ...
Five hours and counting until my departure to LAX and don't worry because my room and packing are both at a point that they should have been a week ago. Needless to say, I have been running around frantic all day trying to get my life (what's new) in order. I don't feel prepared at all for the journey I am about to go on, but I have gotten pretty good at "winging it" and can b.s. my way pretty well. There are ...
... pretty much larger than my backpack. These first few weeks of travel should be pretty interesting as I figure out what I really need, what I really don't need, and of course all those things that I am sure I will not think of until I am S.O.L. So my trip is only planned through the end of February where I will end up in Thailand and basically "wing it". No idea when I will be returning, I guess a lot of it depends on how the travels go from Ireland ...