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... for Apple down here. I was really excited to get to see them both again, it had been a year since I last saw them at their wedding in Miami. On Friday when I got to their place, Kayla took me over to the Apple offices to meet Simon for lunch. It was cool to get to go and have a look at the Apple buildings, and of course to get to catch up with Simon for a while over lunch! In the afternoon Kayla and I hung out by the pool, which was super nice because the weather was really ...
... have not met a wiser person in my life, I got the feeling that many participant shared my opinion. She had a wonderful sense of humor. We learned that it is okay to meditate sitting in a chair, and that it does not have to be quiet. Venerable Jampa was great with giving instructions on meditation: put your mind in a present moment, do not think about past or future, or your dreams. Your mind is always so busy and distracted, bringing it to the ...
... to depart, while waiting for a fuel truck to arrive on the morning of departure. Simple lesson: as soon as you arrive, get ready to leave.
I had a great Christmas holiday with my brother Jim, his partner Lois, and his family. We took an afternoon to drive down the Pacific coast past Half Moon Bay where I lived in a little house for about four years (1976-1980). All and all, an enjoyable few days and a nice way to embark on the long flight to ...
... food. There was
even a Viet salad which is made with green papaya and beef jerky. I haven't had that in over ten years so it was awesome to see it on the table. Overall, we all ate until everyone was just so full.
We started to hand out the presents to the adults first and we did the Secret Santa gift exchange. Turns out my cousin Jennifer was my Secret Santa. I got the giant cookie sandwich tray, the ...
... like going over the hill and then down - moreover that getting to San Gregorio Beach involved going over the hill and then down. It was also surprisingly warm and sweaty - the water was rapidly running out and there was nothing found along the road except for 139 million cubic miles of Pacific nearby. Taking off the ground after the break was a considerable pain now
Mile 50. Pigeon Point. I waited for my break point cause it was time for it and I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility