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This charity is called the Midnight Mission and they encourage anyone that wants to help out to do so. So I head down to the Midnight Mission and get things started by donating some money and meeting some new people. I ask what I can do to help out. They get me on the cooker and start to help by cooking some food for everyone. This area is a ...
... was excited to see Kangaroo Island sitting peacefully at the bottom of the Fleurieu Peninsula, picturing tourists coming and going at the Flinders Chase Visitor Centre where I worked for 8 months. An hour or so into the flight I was amazed to see snow capped mountains in the distance. Maybe they were the ones we stopped in on our way home from Sydney, Dad!?
Customs and security all went well, though I was stressing ...
... Jamaican Bay Inn, was in Marina Del Rey ( the biggest private marina in the US apparently) which wasn't too far from the airport so we were soon there and checked in. Weary from the travelling and the jetlag we had some happy hour snacks in the hotel restuarant (an eclectic mix of lovely fish taco's, humous with pita bread, calamaries, spare ribs and sashimi) and retired early to ...
... counter just in time, gave her my tax receipt for 0 pesos, told her my 16 digit ESTA code (which she had no way of checking because the system was down) and managed to check onto my flight.
Going through security, my antics and/or my by-now-flustered demeanour caught the attention of a drug enforcement official, who gave me a grilling in rapid Spanish, ran his fingers through my hair and pointed at my face, ...
Very familiar but foreign is definitely how we felt after our last LA day. We spent the whole day in the Santa Monica - Venice Beach area and saw many strange people who would have looked very familiar at home .A couple of miles along the foreshore are market style stalls selling the usual north coast market art work. Some of it was good but a lot was the products of both no talent and mind altering ...