Old Ranch Inn
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Really delicious dinner at Billy Reeds, right next door. Far, far too much food on our plate, we did our best but had to leave some. Brekky across the road at a diner. It was also pretty good, once again far too much food. But it was nice, so am not complaining. Plus the coffee was drinkable. Bonus. We managed to get onto our friend Faith. We met Faith and her partner Lillian in Turkey and have been in contact ever since, and decided we'd like to see her while we were nearby. ...
... and a live jazz band for entertainment, though the couples dancing were much more entertaining and fascinating to watch (how can you dance with a stranger and know what move each other is going to do?!). The band were brilliant and a great end to our visit to Indian Wells, Palm Springs. It's gorgeous here and the resort is out of this world but we won't be sad to leave this heat behind, bring on Anaheim, which can only mean one thing - Disneyyyyy! Love Sian ...
... are mostly covered from viewing by these amazing hedges but you can still get a few glimpses in and they are massive and amazingly kept properties. We were all starting to get a bit hungry and Kev had previously mentioned his love of 'panda express' (an Asian food chain that is only available on the west coast). So we searched for that on the iPhone. Erin was directing and Steve was driving. This proved funny when the iPhone not once but twice told us there was a ...
... a Joshua Tree is not a tree, and is not a cactus. I had to correct myself after pointing out the Joshua Tree cacti to the kids for 50 miles or so. Now both Blake and Phoebe will be able to tell you, with much authority, that a Joshua Tree, which Mummy thought was a cactus, in fact, is not; 2. The interesting boulder formations in Joshua Tree National Park are granite boulders, formed underground by rising magma as it cools, eroded and ...
I am in Palm Springs, CA resting, relaxing and reflecting on the amazing journey I had on the Camino. I planned this trip before I left for the Camino, I knew I would need the rest and time away from family and friends, work, and my busy life in Los Angeles. I arrived late Thursday night and I am leaving here in a couple of hours. There is so much I am grateful for, most especially for the dream that became a reality... to walk the Camino to Santiago ...