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... landing brought in $2 million dollars to the economy! I'm afraid I've not contributed to that extent ! Another interesting fact was the fact that 128 million bananas a MONTH are imported in from Equador and distributed throughout USA! The hotel Coronada was built by two retired business men and was the scene of Marilyn Munroe's film 'Some Like it Hot' . It was very posh so I just used the restroom! The trolley bus tour was a hop on hop off affair so I ...
... Her daughter, Diane, drove me to see Grace who seems very happy and looks great. Unfortunately, I didn't get any photos of either Grace or Diane. After our visit, Diane drove me to Sprouts Farmer's Market which is like Whole Foods or Fresh Market back home with Boars Head meats. Needed to buy groceries for our lunch on the road heading home.
Yes, we leave here and head for home! Four weeks on the road already. Time flies, but ...
... out there, so walking on the tall Pier brought back memories of being little and just loving the beach. We ate at a fish place on the pier as we watched the waves crash below. The feeling of fresh ocean air and the site of the endless water was just amazing for us all. On to Encinitas to our strange bed and breakfast, which ended up being strange indeed. Two beds only, not on the beach, and no ocean view. The people who word things must be the same people who write fine ...
... tourists across the border to Tijuana. Now there are hardly any tour companies and very few tourists. Mez had been once before during high school and the place is no longer recognisable. Once through the Mexican border (which was really quick and easy) we could see why. Because there are hardly any tourists anymore due to them being scared off there were not many shops or marketstalls open as there used to be years ago. Most businesses ...
... br> Supposedly completely untouched by the Western consumerism and corporations, Burma has changed little since British colonial times. Here one will step back in time and enjoy life without ATM's, fastfood or 7-Eleven's. In Burma Holy men are more admired than rockstars and only 0.1% of the population uses the internet.