Malibu Country Inn
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... the way to buy food, bedding and camping stuff. We foolishly thought there would a Walmart along the way not realising Malibu is a very affluent area and Walmart doesn't enter their vocabulary in these parts. Omg we arrived at our destination in between two huge RV's (meet the fockers has nothing on these guys!) with not a pillow, pint of milk or a towel!! What were we thinking off!!! Des offered to take the Campervan and ...
... 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 ...
... waitress who served us and she speaks French, Spanish and Portuguese. I started talking to her in French and only later on when I was talking to her in English did she tell me that she actually thought I was from France because she said my accent was so spot on!!! Our hotel is actually french and they get a lot of French guests here so most of the staff are well known with the language. It was definitely nice to get a compliment on my French though! After ...
... And we are back in the land of the tip. I have grown quite comfortable with this now. The hourly pay is low (minimum wage is $ per hour), and tips are core to a person's living income, so I'm fine with this…as long as I remember! Last night I forgot, until a helpful gas pump attendant knocked on the window and asked if I had a bit of cash for the help ...
... harbour with so many boats (well & guess we're not too far from LA for the rich people) then on to Oxnard. It's a bit hard going when the road is so straight ahead for as far as you can see with just fields of strawberries, avocados & more amazingly turf - when you think that there's such a drought & they're wasting water on grass! We're following the pacific highway cycle route which is well signposted but suddenly we're at a big junction with Route ...