Hilgard House Hotel
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... were on their way out to Griffith Observatory and they didn't mind if we tagged along. This was one of the things on our to do list... And I was most grateful. At the top of Griffith park is the most fabulous view of the Hollywood sign and downtown LA. Liam and I took a few photos and then explored the observatory... I found it intriguing they had a pendulum which shows the Earth's movement, as well as displays showing the cycles of ...
... he has lived in Mexico for 4 years, the last 3 in cancun. He showed me the night food market, and walked me around important places, like where to get the bus, and churros. I headed home and messaged with Layla, a Mexican couchsurfer. She was currently hosting a guy from Germany, and we planned to go to the beach the following day. The next day they came and picked me up, and we caught the bus down past the hotel zone to playa (beach) delfines. The water was blue, ...
... his wife. Denise and Von became his "keepers". Mario was the definite third wheel and needed a lot of attention - he kept losing his insulin bag, lost his shoes, sat on his hat, spilled his drinks on his jacket, commandeered Denise's service tray, feasted on sugar, jabbed himself with injections and for 13 hours and 20 minutes straight was transfixed by Flight Tracker! But it was all okay because, on boarding the aircraft, Julie had ...
... thanks boys
Sharon and Iri
An amazing trip, great Rugby and shopping, plus we have met some really nice people. Thanks for the opportunity.
Kirsten and Colin
An amazing trip very well organised, great mix of entertainment, rugby, shopping, socialising, stories; a once in a lifetime experience for our boys. Thanks to the team of organisers.
Cheryl and Darryl Hughes
Amazing trip, amazing rugby, a fantastic group of ...
... length. To say I feel conflicted would be an understatement... I won't dive into details or dwell on the folly of new love or lust or whatever the hell the cynic inside of me wants to label it. I will, however, reflect for a moment on the courage of hope. It's easy to give up, it's easy to fear, but it takes courage to have hope. To try to make something work when the journey looks difficult. So maybe, if I'm honest, with the emotional reck I apparently am inside ...