Days Inn Encinitas Moonlight Beach near Legoland
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Rocked up in Encinitas where we struggled to find the beach until professional co-pilot found it got to surf with some really cool locals, who where so nice before we headed in for some food in the town, found a lovely little fish rut rant locally run and owned so thought we would give it a go ...
... going to different theatres in London. I have noted how many homeless people there are and so many are ex servicemen who have experienced so many bad things that they have mental health problems. The Services are better treated than in our Country but the General Public hate the Politicions as much as we hate ours. Hope you have enjoyed the blogs and a small insight to what it is like over here. GOOD BYE FROM ...
... week for more community. I was so incredibly blessed by this and amazed that the pastor took time to dig deeper. If I'm ever in leadership at a church, I will hold that as my model to approach and care for people. So incredible... I also met this guy that I'd seen at the Ziggy concert at the church and we hung out for a couple days during my stay in Encinitas. He was homeless by choice and interesting to get to know. The first homeless guy I met and hung out with on this trip. ...
... good, and struggled with the fact that pesos are indicated with a $ sign despite being worth about 8.3 cents (and the £1:p$18 exchange rate). I bet things would have been cheap though.
I often like going off the beaten track so I can only imagine I would have walked a 15km loop down along the Tijuana river over heavily crumbling pavements. I think it probably would have felt like San Diego in the sense that they're both clearly Latino, but odder in that ...
As you all know I love Yoga. I love to practice and I love photographing human bodies stretching and bending boundaries. On and off the mat.
Yoga is community, yoga connects people, it re-charges your body and connects your mind and soul.Yoga is good for you on so many levels. No matter age, color of the skin, gender or political views- yoga simply unites people on so many levels.
A few months ago Jodi Komitor, founder of Next Generation Yoga, approached ...
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