Category Archives: From Johannesburg to Los Angeles

2013 Nov. 3: Everything so close yet so far apart

by Xana Nyilenda 2013/09/20: I shut my eyes for what felt like a brief moment in passing. I woke up to realize I had passed out on the bed for a good three hours. It sounds like enough resting time … Continue reading

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2013 Sept. 23: Leaving Los Angeles

The main photo was taken 10 mins before we left the hotel where we stayed for 6 days. We met a lot of wonderful friends and shared good conversations… Oh how I long for the Griffith Park, Hollywood where mountains … Continue reading

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