Hyatt Westlake Plaza In Thousand Oaks
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... have to try to help. I can't think how, but I have to get the number. That way I haven't completely abandoned him.
At least let me make your day, I say, giving him a $20.
His response catches me off-guard. He draws himself to full attention, and snaps me a crisp salute. Straight-faced. I'm a mixture of embarrassed and honoured. I place my hand on his shoulder for a moment, then turn away as he mounts up to leave.
But the ...
... 3 weeks - deja vu) and met up with Hugo's nephew, Evan. Fantastic lunch at True Food, then I bought new tennis shoes ( actually, my first non-tennis-shoes tennis shoes) and shopped for adaptors because in Australia they have funny plugs. Don't I always buy adaptors? Where do they go? Are they in league with cellphone chargers? Is there a magical island of misfit toys for ...
... Pete and Jac. Luckily it all worked out in the end and we were fortunate enough to stay with them at their beautiful home in Huntington , and with their gorgeous girl Olivia. We met some of their local friends and enjoyed many a glass of red wine. Pete reminded me that he and I had first met in 1984 when we both were attending our Officer Cadet Course, Pete at Portsea and me at WRAAC School. Both colleges are ...
... buskers, pan-handlers, craft stalls and several vendors of medicinal marijuana. Excellent people watching. We had a rather tedious return bus ride back to Hollywood then a short train trip home. Peter selected a very satisfying restaurant for dinner back in Hollywood. Very good seafood and nothing fried. Good people watching too. I reckon we saw actual employed actors amongst our co-diners. Don't ask me who they were but ...