Motel 6 Westminster South
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... length. To say I feel conflicted would be an understatement... I won't dive into details or dwell on the folly of new love or lust or whatever the hell the cynic inside of me wants to label it. I will, however, reflect for a moment on the courage of hope. It's easy to give up, it's easy to fear, but it takes courage to have hope. To try to make something work when the journey looks difficult. So maybe, if I'm honest, with the emotional reck I apparently am inside ...
... we headed towards the airport. Obviously had to make one last stop at In N Out to get my cheeseburger fix because who knows how long it will be until I have a real american burger again! Once at the airport check in line was very happy that I decided to print a "return" flight a month prior because without this forged document likely wouldn't have been able to board the plane. Thailand and some countries have problems with travelers that purchase one way tickets ...
... amount of food, we lumbered out - carrying a bigger doggy bag than I've ever seen and which will probably be enough to feed us both for breakfast and lunch tomorrow. We're heading off tomorrow on our road trip to San Francisco, so are trying to prepare ourselves for negotiating the crazy LA freeways, all the while, trying to get used to driving on the wrong side do the road. Wish us ...
After our enjoyable but exhausting Disneyland day, decided to take it easy today and managed to sleep-in until 10am. Turns out we are only 15-20 minutes walk from Hollywood Boulevard so decided to leave the car at home. Just before getting there we notice a shop selling open air car tours of Hollywood and the whilst we were looking at the brochure a lovely English girl (who turned out to be ...
... Language is big factor, and yes most countries
do speak enough English to get around. Russia, China and Japan were
the hardest with other places normally understanding enough (unless
of course they expect more money, then their english suddenly dies!)
but it is part of travelling, as well as a sign of respect, to try
and learn just a few phrases in their language, even if it is simply
hello and thank you. Another big factor that hit us the most in ...