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... we got a free ride back to our street. Amusingly we discovered at the top of our road was a 'Hippie Love Shack' which had a multi coloured painted bus by the entrance. We were looking for a cafe for some lunch, being now 1pm. It was an art studio and a toot shop, with all sorts of items for sale, with many local made items on sale also. In the bus, they had rails of retro and vintage clothes and you could even go up to the roof top opening. Enjoying the rummage about, I also ...
... they wanted to hire me, but that the process of opening the new clinic was taking longer than they had anticipated and that they were not able to officially hire for the position yet, but that once they were, I would be the one they would hire. It was stressful, not knowing if I would truly get the offer or not, and declining jobs while I waited to find out.
Brock took the job at the law firm Akin Gump and he started at the end of ...
... over, see went for a few cocktails and dinner on City Walk (a strip of shops, bars and restaurants attached to, but just outside of, the park). The restaurant Jinny chose (it was her birthday after all) was a great call. They had a great selection of ales and we got to try loads of them for free. The steak was to die for. It honestly was the best steak I've ever had. And just to top off the perfect day, Chris The Freebie Hussle Master, showed me his ways and ...
... nothing to different to other cities really, except broadway ave i think it was called, it looks exactly like it did in the 1930's which is pretty cool, they use it a lot for movies. Anyway went back to hollywood and jumped on another bus to go out to Santa Monica, I got off at the famous pier and wandered down there for a bit, massive sea gulls so obvs I wasn't outside too long!! I went to bubba gumps shrimp co. For lunch and ordered the ...
So, 292 days of travelling round the
world through 16 different countries, what's it like? Well, to sum
up...it's amazing and better than we could have wished for and we
wouldn't change a thing! Then again, nothing is as ever as simple as
that and whilst we did love it and would totally recommend it, we
probably wouldn't do it like this again. Being on the go all the time
is definitely an experience worth having and I'm glad we had the
opportunity and ...