A Packed Day…..
Today was a packed day with hiking, shopping and food (of course.)
In the morning we went to the Gurdwara to witness the bhog of the Akhand Paath, bhog may refer to any number of situations having to do with completion, pleasurable gratification or sensual enjoyment. In Sikhism bhog may refer to the blessing or offering of food. Bhog also refers to the sublime pleasure enjoyed upon the ceremonial completion of an Akhand Paath, the continuous unbroken reading of Guru Granth Sahib, Sikhism’s holy scripture and everlasting Guru.
Afterwards we came home, I had an annoying email issue, which I resolved. Turns out a application I had installed was blocking all outgoing emails!!
At 11am we have a Hollywood Hike booked with LA active adventures:
Hollywood Sign Adventure-
Tour Length: 1 hour
Pick-Up: 1700 N McCadden Pl Hollywood, CA 90028 Living Social voucher holders please follow directions sent via email.
Season: Year round
Activities: Hiking, architecture, nature viewing, city views.
Difficulty: Moderate to strenuous! Difficulty 4 out of 5.
Tour Cost: $50 per Adventurer
Number of Adventurers: 2-6
Without going into too much detail and spoiling it for you! This walk is off the beaten track and worth doing. Hargobind knows his history and you may even see somebody famous, we saw Moby.
Also found out that LA is made in India!!
This house has just recently completed build.
Afterwards, Hargobind, Sangeet and I went to a vegetarian Thai Restaurant:
Thai Vegetarian Kitchen
7168 Melrose Ave
+1 323 857 1882
Some dishes have egg and some dishes can be made gluten free.
I would definitely recommend the hot wings, absolutely awesome!!
Afterwards we had to try some ice cream so went to Scoops:
712 North Heliotrope Drive,
+ 1 (323) 906-2649
Afterwards we went shopping on Larchmont and then the customary trip to Babycakes!
After all this food we needed a walk to burn it off! So we went shopping at The Grove!
The Grove is a retail and entertainment complex in Los Angeles, California, built, owned, and operated by Rick J. Caruso and his company Caruso Affiliated on parts of the historical Farmers Market.