Newport Channel Inn
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... safely at each destination, being fully awake and energetic on minimal sleep, not getting sick from the food - especially the times we had no control over what we were being served, hearts filled with love and compassion for the people we worked with, prayers that blessed, never feeling a sense of uncertainly about why we were there, enough time for everything to get done, unexpected blessings from those we were there to serve and how He maintained ...
... Slater but Dan spotted many he was familiar with. There was an awesome surf shop there and we picked out everything we wanted, including a nice new foam learning surfboard for me, this is all of course for when we actually have some money in a year or two!!
We stayed in Huntington and watched the sunset from the beach. It looked so pretty going down under the pier and lighting up Santa Catalina Island.
The next day Dan wanted to check out ...
... sticking a foot out of my bag and Hania with a coolbox full of documents and tupperware containers that wouldn't fit in the big bags... we got some very funny looks and were searched thourghly, thanfully there were no laytex gloves involved.
In total we drove the little Toyota Corrola 3691 miles round western USA, slept in it for 15 nights, made the service light come on and returned it caked in desert dust and bread crumbs, it was pretty smelly too.... serves you ...
... everything else (which is nothing good...Lifetime movies) in Spanish, and I turn on the TV to CSI Las Vegas reruns. I can't win here.
But I was seriously happy to hear Vietnamese today at the Nail Salon! There are no nail salons in Peru. In fact, women just don't care much about hair or nails, or much about grooming. I sort of envy that. Think of all the money we could save! But I went for the Full Monty of grooming ...
... all meals, and all the neighbours walk by to and
from their houses and boats, and they usually say Hi.
We are in a one bedroom unit worth maybe around NZ600k (according
to neighbours) but we look across the canal to the $3.5 to 5 million dollar properties
with their huge boats alongside, spoiling their view. And they have to look at
us, in ...