Motel 6 Concord
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So, the day went by pretty quickly. Again, interesting talks, but what I was looking forward to was the evening. Today is the day that we drive off on our Great Voyage!
So when the evening arrived and the summit was over, we procured a car to drive to the airport (when the car rental companies are). How did we drive there? Look at the …
... holds an atmosphere of friendliness, sunshine and relaxed living.
When I arrived in San Francisco my friend, Paige, who I had recently met in a cafe in Indonesia, came to pick me up from the airport. We drove into and around the city for a while before meeting her friends for some Ethiopian cuisine. I had been to America before but I was a lot younger, hadn’t travelled hardly as much as I have now and went to the biggest urban jungle there is; New ...
... I enjoyed wandering the streets, experimenting with street food, quenching my thirst with a fresh baby coconut or squeezed juice, having at least one massage a day, taking cooking classes, getting acupuncture, exporing the night markets, doing yoga, detoxing, hopping around from island to island on longtail boats or ferries, riding an elephant, hiking waterfalls, floating down a river on a very shady raft, living with a hill tribe family, snorkeling, kayaking, or just ...
... pretty well get any sort of seafood. Crabs and lobster are the main things and it was fascinating watching the guys cook and clean the crab to get the meat - clearly done this a few times.
After walking around we found a bar on the Wharf to have a beer then tried some the Clam Chowder which is big in California and very tasty. From the bar we headed to the little Italy which is a bit like Lygone St in Melbourne. We found and italian cafe and ...
... going to get the opportunity to see them before I left, and dinner would be a real bonus. Hoki and I took the Underground, rather than driving, so Hoki could have a glass or two of wine with dinner. When we arrived at his North London home, Richard and his son, Max had not returned home from Max’s baseball tournament in Slough, west of London. Richard’s wife Helen, and daughter Alice, entertained us until Hoki’s daughter Sylvia, and her ...
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