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My first destination after a pit-stop in Bristol was Santa Monica, where me and my mum arrived on Monday 4 August. We arrived quite late after sunset but this was fine because when we woke up on Tuesday we were greeted with the most perfect blue sky and sunshine, a beautiful start to our travels here. Santa Monica itself is a beach-side city and we …
... can see with the naked eye. We took in Santa Monica pier, a large double-jointed, 100-year-old landmark at the foot of Colorado Avenue, very prominent and the place where Route 66 ends. We strolled around the mall and took in some buskers. Stiff competition right along the strip, really, comparable to the density of Tamworth at Festival time. They all had their charm and they were all doing business, singing and performing their hearts out to the homogenised and ...
... boyfriends saw many hugs, kisses and jokes about loosing Camilla - come on, we always knew she was never coming back on that flight! It was finally time for Han and I to say our goodbyes to one another. After spending the past five months living in each other's pockets the realisation that we weren't going to be waking up in the same room the next morning was surreal! That brings mine and Han's globe trotting experiences to a close. Mills will fill you all in on how she got on in Bangkok! E and H ...
... Pier is crazy busy you can hardly move. Ryan and Cirsty head to 3rd Avenue instead where they sit and eat pizza while the street performers go about their business. Ryan upsets the waiter when he doesn't leave an 18% tip. Waiter questions him to which Ryan replies "Your services wasn't good enough, I had to ask for a waiter every time I wanted a beer". Ryan comments that this maybe his new favourite place apart from the grumpy waiters. ...
I have tried to stay personal in these blog entries, and have so far avoided writing much about the work I'm doing here.
But the Milken Institute Global Conference is where my worlds collide. Michael Milken is famous for lots of things, but it is his contributions to medical research and using the capital markets to change the world that will be his legacy.
The Milken Institute is a think tank in the best kind of way. It is non-partisan and ...
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