Emerald Iguana Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... new home for the next couple of days. Chikki and Falu's house is absolutely gorgeous. Set on top of a hill and on a large piece of land, the house looks like it belongs in MTV cribs. We feel so welcome and spend the afternoon just chilling out after our hectic day yesterday.
Chikki comes home and we drive out to get some Japanese. We take Falu's beautiful Porshe panamera. Hinesh and I can get used to this travel, who needs buses ...
... met a guy one the second day who ran up to us shouting "I have a present for you guys, where can we make a fire?" Turns out he had managed to catch a massive rainbow trout from the stream with his bare hands. We started up a fire in our camp and cooked it up with fresh lemons from John's tree in Pacific grove and a big lentil stew. All the people from surrounding camps came to join us and share the fish. We later found out that it was actually a highly endangered species in the ...
... 8217;t cook a lot because I don’t know many
vegetarian recipes. Ann did Makers Mark (Makers
Mark is a bourbon) marshmallow treats. IT WAS SO EXCELLENT!!! She gave me the
recipe and I will do that for sure when I will come back in Quebec. Next
week-end, I would like to go to the shopping center. I need news clothes (Not
really, but we ALWAYS need new clothes). I hope you past an excellent week guys ...
... today was another relaxing day spent at the pool and on a scenic drive up the mountains behind Ojai. We may rent out some bikes tomorrow but the temperature Is going to be in the high 30's so we need to take heed of that. We also have to pack tomorrow as we have to head for Los Angeles for our onward flight to Las Vegas. It's tough but someone has to do it. Bye for now, L & ...
... rooms. This was the place that movie stars came to visit, Winston Churchill also stayed here. Charlie Chaplin, the silent movie star of the 1920s was a frequent visitor. Guests could ride horses, swim in the amazing Neptune pool or play tennis with views of the mountains. The first American to win Wimbledon (in 1920) played on this court - William 'Big Bill' Tatum. He went on to win Wimbledon twice more 1921 and 1930 and then tried a career as ...