WiFi at Westwood

I am finally on the internet this morning. No more stealing WiFi from the neighbors behind the tinted glass of my rental van which always looks suspicious and I feel like a criminal when i have to resort to scanning the streets for a signal. Thanks to The Coffee Bean at Westwood, where i am spending my morning, waiting for my appointment at the British Embassy to get a visa for UK.

Pray for us this morning. If we get the right visa stamped on our passport, we can stay in UK for 4 years, which is a lot better than leaving every six months.


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


  • matt says:

    I’ve noticed visa issues have climbed into my top ten of prayer requests. Though they rae a pain to sort out at times, it is exciting to see that so many people are living a lifestyle that creates this need. Anyhow…

  • neill says:

    how did it go!? you know i have a soft spot for visa applications. 🙂
    hope you got it…

  • michael lee says:

    if you have a car, and a few hours off, drive up the 405 about 10 minutes to the Getty Center museum. $6.00 to park, free entrance, and it’s one of the most perfectly created spaces around. You will be sad to have missed it if you don’t.

  • michael lee says:

    To be more specific, go North on the 405 freeway for about 5 miles, and you’ll see an exit for “Getty Center Drive”. Follow the signs.
    I can’t emphasize enough how masterful this place is. One of Richard Meier’s best designs, lush open spaces, beautiful gardens, it’s worth the drive even just to sit out in the courtyard with a cup of coffee and listen to the fountains.

  • Fredrik says:

    Andrew, are you still at the Coffee bean? I live 100 meters from where you are right now and I’m heading for breakfast! Let me know if you are still there and I will drop by!

  • Paul says:

    Good to hear that you were finally able to ‘honestly’ get on the web. We lived a month on our neighbors wifi…..Amazing number of folks in the building with wireless. Lord bless your visas

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