The Inn at 657
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... already concerned that we might be clinically obese by the time we reached Lima, as our appetite for food was still uncontrollable (we got very excited by the unlimited Coke, salad and breadsticks at our inauthentic Italian lunch stop), but now, rather than cycling six hours a day, we were driving for hundreds of miles, and had constant access to **** food, drink and booze. This was combined with an inner voice which kept telling us to treat ourselves for what we'd achieved - it was ...
... are great to drive in the game, and just knock and push traffic out of the way. Our driver was an Indian man, and Mark asked where he was from. I was hoping he'd say LA, but he was from Bangladesh. He'd won his drivers license in a lottery. Do you smoke? You can smoke if you want? No please. No please smoke. Can you smoke please. Jock obliges and then we see him light one up. Rules. The driver can't smoke unless we do. Great. I'm a non smoker and here I am with ...
... another fabulous trip to Hawaii is now complete. Oahu still remains my favorite island despite experiencing the great natural beauty of the Hilo/Volcano side of the Big Island. While I thought it was really neat staying in the volcano, it’s a little isolated for my taste for a long term vacation. I prefer to be in the middle of everything and not have to drive at night on narrow, unfamiliar, un-lit roads. I love Oahu (specifically Waikiki) for it’s convenience ...
So it's my last night in Los Angeles and I'm starting to feel a little nervous about going off on my own. It's all very well being thousands of miles from home but when you have good friends around you who know where they're going, can help you with how much you're supposed to tip for different things (there are so many bloomin' rules) and can tell you the parts of the city you need to avoid, it does make this a whole lot more simple. I suppose I will get used to figuring these things out ...
... Then I wander down to third st promenade to Anthropologie, Foot locker - a pair of sneakers later - and then walk along the beach taking in the sights of Santa Monica pier from a distance and enjoying the sunshine.
I find the hop on hop off bus stop and sit on the top level this time, wind in my hair, sun on my face and head back to the hotel to figure out how to fit my new purchases into my suitcase.
An early night for me before an early flight to ...