Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Woodland Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Tina and Nick are married! That's totally crazy. It was absolutely wonderful to see some of my Humboldt friends this weekend and I'm very glad that I got to be a part of my friends happy day #smithsgethitched2014. It also means that I am officially leaving the country tomorrow. Tomorrow! I received ...
... to snooze a little. Wow! My tummy is rumbling and I'm starting to appreciate Qantas' free food. The nicest sound ever was to hear Nomes' Aussie voice calling out 'Cilla' as I stared, in a daze, at the baggage carousel. It was unbelievably good to see her again - I think it's been two months! We kept on having excited moments at the fact that we were in LA, and that we were together again! Both starving by this time we headed to Starbucks for food. ...
... turn because of the earlier delays.
The apartment I'm staying in is spotless although a little small, but I wont be spending much time in there anyway.
The fog and cloud cleared a bit so I walked down to the beach and strolled up to the pier. There was plenty of people around. They had a trapeze attraction where you could fly and be caught by a well built, very nice looking guy.
Q: What do you think about the fact that they probably ate the hawks that saved the people of the Oasis? What does this tell us about the world?
A: It tells me that people suck. People have a tendency to think that we are above other animals or even other people. For some reason we feel a sense of superiority over other things that is completely ...
... retiring for the evening we visited Carlo's Sandblow which is an absolutely huge sand dune with great views over Rainbow Beach as well as sunset views inland toward a far flung mountain range. The following morning we were picked up from our caravan park we stayed that night. Our transport for the day was to be a 4x4 bus that was a monster truck hung over from too many nitros the night before. Our guide and driver for the day, Cameron, was an outgoing and very enthusiastic individual ...