Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Woodland Hills
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... at where you want to go and want to do and budget
for it. Better to have a few pot noodles for dinner and share a tiny
dorm with 10 others in maybe not the cleanest of places if it means
you can then do a leap of faith from a plane right? Of course, people
put priority on different things, just be aware of what you are
comfortable with and what you want to do and save the money for it
before you leave/work whilst travelling to get the money you ...
... nice just strolling up and down the walks looking in the shops.
Made my way back to the apartment with my goodies, and relaxed for what was left of the afternoon. I got on the ipad and planned out the next few days, so we will see how much that changes, coz nearly all that I planned so far has changed. YA GET THAT!
... we were in LA, who could pass up the chance of visiting the local "Hooters" restaurant.. ;)
After a feast of Nacho's and Sliders, Brad was super impressed by the constant refilling of his glass of coke, we headed up stairs to a night of stand up comedy. Entering mid show, the guy on stage immediately latched onto the Australian accent and we were mildly teased for the rest of the evening.
Strolling along the boulevard ...
... Santa Monica Pier and it felt like being back in blighty - the smells of candy floss, hot dog stalls and the seaside are unmistakable. We continued our walk down the front to Venice Beach to enjoy the full spectrum of seafront life that inhabits this part of the planet. from ultra stylish to mega bohemian in a mile and a half is quite the culture shock. But we did see turban wearing, roller skating guitar playing dreddlokk man. he's a local famous ...
... some really steep stairs to visit one of the only underground caves that is accessible without a kayak. Quite a bit of our time was being distracted by the boastful seals that sunbaked on the seaside rocks. Once again, in line with our marathon theme of travelling, we raced to Pacific Beach just in time to catch the sunset and cycled along to Mission Beach. Jassmyn's friend, Brian, was so nice to give up his bedroom for us and is credited for introducing probably ...
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