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Today i battled the jet lag. More than i thought i would. I woke at 4am and did some online chatting. Then fell asleep again. was woken at 720 by a maid coming into the room to clean. How rude. They just walked in. I managed to gash my leg jumping out of bad on a piece of iron sticking out of the bed frame. I bled everywhere. No tip for that maid. I am on antibiotics so ...
VENICE BEACH & SANTA MONICA Tuesday 23rd - So from living like kings to the backpacker life of bunk beds in a tiny room with no fresh air - living! Great location though right on the beach and the main strip of Venice market stalls and muscle beach. We went out with everyone for the hostel for $5 all you can eat tacos! Then to a bar across from the hostel. It was a really fun night, everyone was good value. We found the most Aussies we've seen so far to be staying here but ...
... I finally decided to walk up to him, but before I reached him, another woman stopped me and asked if I needed help. I suddenly realized why she had a bit of a tone in her voice. I was wearing a Steadicam shirt that they had given me when we got there. This was like walking into a Pepsi stand wearing a Coca Cola shirt (maybe not that severe because Glidecam is much smaller than Steadicam, but you get the idea). I couldn't be ...
... be Neville Kiser, a taylor grad who is an award winning writer and lives out here in LA. He talked about the big film industry and the major thing that drives it, the script, and the journey he goes through in order for a screenplay to make it on the big screen. It is so awesome that we get to meet with so many great people and ask them questions.
Ok, This weekend is busy, but I will try to post again before Monday. If not, oh well:)
... US$5 (20%) of the total value of my groceries!
Unlike San Francisco, I had been warned that Los Angeles was not a 'centralised' city - everyone recommended hiring a car but I will try to resist. I have looked at the map and circled the things I want to see and do. They are quite 'scattered' but I have been told by the Reception 'guy' that you can get to these areas using the local Metro bus system. Maybe one day I will 'brave' driving on the right side of the road!