Hello Hollywood

Monday morning, Pam and Trey drove us to Hollywood, where we were supposed to meet my sister and her friends at a parking lot, as they are also on vacation in Los Angeles right now. Together, we hiked up to the Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood sign. Afterwards, Hannah and I walked down to Hollywood Boulevard, where we were going to have the famous In-N-Out Burger. We strolled along Hollywood Boulevard and looked at the stars on the sidewalk. There was a premiere for the new Hunger Games movie, so parts of the street were closed off with a red carpet and fans. In the afternoon, we took an Uber back to my sister and her friends’ house in Silverlake, where we would spend the last evening. The girls made us dinner, and we went to bed early as we had to get up early for our flight.

On Tuesday, we left for the airport early, as we had to catch the flight to Seattle. We had a couple of hours in Seattle to do a little more sightseeing, before taking the bus back to Vancouver. We arrived late in the evening at Simon Fraser University.

Wednesday morning, I FaceTimed with my parents as it was my mother’s birthday. During the day, I caught up on some schoolwork, and in the evening, SFU’s basketball team played their first game of the season. Unfortunately, they did not win. On Thursday, I began the day with a run around the school, where you can now enjoy a beautiful view. After lunch, I attended a class, and afterwards, I took a picture of the school in the evening light:

Friday, I went to the suburb Coquitlam, where I had to pick up some ski boots that I bought on Facebook marketplace. In the afternoon, we took the bus to the city where we went for a stroll and had a drink, went to taste a Japadog and then to the movies to see the new Hunger Games film.

Saturday, I began the day with a run and workout at the gym. After eating lunch and doing some school, Hannah and I got dressed, because we had to go to a Morten Breum concert. Afterwards, we went to a bar in Downtown. Sunday, I had a hangover.






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