Huntington Surf Inn
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... in search of something more. Was is meaning? Was it purpose? Was it simply a break from reality? I do not know and now I actually do not need to know. Why one chooses to embark on a journey may not actually be necessarly known. It is what one learns and takes away from the experience that matters. Maybe the point of this final passage is for me. I have found that writing has truly let me be free in some way that I have never found before.
I have been ...
... such a joy to be around.
So if you get to read this Glen and Sherri - Thanks so much for our wonderful pics, and of course, thanks for loving my sister and her family as if they are your own.
Lots of love,
P.S. Almost time for us to sign off by the way. The Singapore blog is to come and then we will wrap it up! Can't believe we are back in sunny Darwin!
... streets of Beverley Hills. We had a really nice day and were treated to (one of many) home cooked dinners at Mum and Dads place when we returned.
Our second week was consumed with shopping. We went to so many shops and outlet stores if I calculated the hours you would think I am exaggerating! We had saved most of our shopping for LA and we certainly shopped until we dropped. Adrian and dad went to a huge hunting/camping/fishing store about an hour away from where ...
... upsetting other travellers. We arrived at our first stop at 10.10 am at San Juan Capistrano Mission and had a tour until around 11.15 am. It was fascinating to hear about the swallows that return every year in March. The mission was Catholic and was one of 21. It was the first to have cooking implements, candles, chimney and some other things. The docent name was Venus and she was very passionate. All of the pictures we took was of original bowls and implements ...
... that may just break the camel's back.
The airport is all as smooth as smooth can be but the prospect of a flight to London and then a 6 hour wait before our plane to Manchester is not the highlight of the trip. Thankfully Air NZ approve the skateboard and the Vitamix as hand luggage and after a scare at security (they were concerned that the Vitamix may be a dangerous weapon rather than a blender!) we settle down for a snack before heading for the plane.