Warm Sands Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Really delicious dinner at Billy Reeds, right next door. Far, far too much food on our plate, we did our best but had to leave some. Brekky across the road at a diner. It was also pretty good, once again far too much food. But it was nice, so am not complaining. Plus the coffee was drinkable. Bonus. We managed to get onto our friend Faith. We met Faith and her partner Lillian in Turkey and have been in contact ever since, and decided we'd like to see her while we were nearby. ...
... we did one final sundowner. It was definitely bittersweet knowing that chaotic life at the farm would resume tomorrow but thinking about how nice of a time we had. Noodle made his rounds to everybody before darting off in attempt to catch some mountain zebra that were a several hundred meters away (he failed).
After we arrived back at the home base, we learned that supper was going to be a braai. Not long after, the fire ...
... mission beach in San Diego and then onto LA. On the drive back Erin posed the question what would people rather do: have a night in a nice hotel but not have any money to eat at all OR sleep in a park for the night but have access to all types of food/restaurants. It was a tough one as we all get hungry regularly so weren't sure if we could last. Most chose the hotel. Once we arrived back in LA (about 2-3 hours later) we checked into travelodge LAX again and then thought ...
... lunch. Once again, we were fed way more than we could manage. I was interested in seeing the renowned Betty Ford Center, so we jumped into the car and drove out to nearby Rancho Mirage. I was expecting to see the likes of Lindsay Lohan wresting with a photographer from the National Enquirer, or an institution similar to the movie "One flew over the cuckoo's nest", but was disappointed to see something resembling a hospital with a sign only allowing authorized personnel. Grrr. I ...
... and I felt her presence with me throughout my Camino journey. In St. Jean Pied de Port, I met Holly, Adam and Graham and they helped me get through the misty and cold Pyrenees as I began my trek. Holly's kindness and the kindness of other pilgrims I met along the way is what kept me going, it is the spirit and energy of the Camino that is embedded in the earth that is truly powerful. As the days went on, I became physically, ...