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... me away. Honest. So, what's the big deal you ask - the surprises just kept coming today.
We reported to Bill and Clemente's house this afternoon and after a tour of their lovely home, we all got dolled up and reported back to the living room. Clemente cracked open a bottle of bubbly and we raised a glass to life, capped with a loving birthday wish. The news was out - we were going to dinner at THE Magic Castle. This is an exclusive club ...
... Because I still had plenty of time, I wrote yesterdays blog entry on one of Sam's many couches. Oh, did I mention, that one of his five balconies is transformed into a terrarium for his tortoise? Cute little fella :D Oh, and I also saw some hummingbirds, didn't know they exist in LA.
Afterwards I decided to visit Venice Beach again. This time I took the bus though, I did not have anough time to walk again. Now Venice Beach presented itself in a ...
Guatemala's culture is a unique combination of Mayan practices and Spanish colonial heritage. Approximately fifty percent of the population is mestizo (a mix of Amerindian and Spanish, called Ladino by the people of Guatemala). The remainder of the population identifies with European, K’iche, Kaqchikel, Mam, Q’eqchi, or other Mayan and non-Mayan groups.
The vast diversity of ethnicities results in nearly ...
... ve never heard of, some more familiar like Santa Barbara, San Josť, Oakland.
We had dinner in the restaurant carriage sharing a table with a couple of women who live in Santa Barbara and are having a few days in San Francisco. A couple of hours later at 10.30pm we arrived in Emeryville just 35 minutes late to begin our own visit to the city with the famous bridge. The news on TV when we arrived was that 7 people have been shot in San Francisco earlier this ...
... so brave!). We find out later that the Pacific is actually pretty chilly all-year long.
After chillin' at the beach, we head back to Santa Monica for a relaxing evening...a light dinner and a stroll through the Santa Monica Promenade which is kind of like Sparks Street in Ottawa but full of awesome stores like Kitson, Billabong, and a fancy outdoor mall with Tiffany & Co, LV, Michael Kors, etc. All in all, it was a great day :)