Holiday Inn Express Moreno Valley
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... at the silly man. I notice as I get back to my car that I'm still without reception. My iPhone has full bars. Damn this phone. I return to the Huxtable household, grab my gym gear and head to the AT&T shop I purchased the phone from. I get there and speak to one of the guys in the shop. Of course I have reception in there, but no data. He was helpful and went ahead and replaced my SIM card. Full bars of reception. With the new sim I walk out of the store, ...
... to LAX (which was like hell) and then up to the OC.
Thanksgiving was spent at Alan's house, where we started by helping Alan with his Christmas lights, played a little soccer with the boys, then hiked one of the trails behind his house with one of his sweet dogs, Maddie. After the hike we got ready and met the rest of Amir's family for dinner and desserts. The boys played some pranks on us which meant they accepted us into their ranks haha. ...
Christmas 2010 was a bit different than the usual tradition. Plane ticket prices were through the roof, so we decided to head to Las Vegas at the beginning of December to celebrate. Just because of how the holiday fell, I ended up with nearly a whole week off at Christmas time, so I decided to drive to California and surprise mom for Christmas. Everyone but mom knew I was coming, and I drove all day and all night, and ...
Life gets real busy once you decide to leave the country for a year. Planning becomes a tedious, necessary chore. But like cracking open steamed crab or tearing strips of beef jerky into bite-sized portions, it's all a build-up to what's oh so good.
A laundry list of the things we've done these last few weeks:
1. Move out of our Irvine apartment and in with the in-laws.
In doing research for our travels, I ran across one website that really caught my attention. This couple from San Francisco quit their secure jobs (in their 30s mind you), traveled for 3 years on a budget of $18,000 per year, and returned home about 6 months pregnant. They thought that their funds would last them one year. It lasted them three.
Now Eddie and I are pretty ghetto but I'm ...