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... On our final day in San diego we went to the San diego zoo. The trip there didn't go so well with the trolley having problems so a bus trip and a few changes later we finally arrived at the zoo. The zoo itself is pretty good and there are lots of different animals. They have also just opened an Australia area with Koalas, Tassie Devils, two kangaroos, a tree kangaroo and wombat(it wasn't a great exhibit but all the Americans love the Koalas). My favourite ...
... romances I remember are the ones that lasted, those that survived the process of adapting from ship to shore. My own story is one of these; ironically, it didn't start out looking too promising. Though he was ruggedly attractive, my flame didn't spark the necessary fireworks on first impressions. As well, he was my boss (well, the boss of the whole ship as he was its captain) and being forced to see him day and night -- and having him pick on the smallest ...
... Trivia but left because it was dry and empty; so much for being something like the Rotten Tomatoes panel.
Now that the day had ended we headed outside to meet up with Evelyn and Yvonne, which was pure chaos. We eventually found each other and then hoped the trolley to the car. After confusion, indecisiveness and Jesse being a diva, we finally settled on Lolitas and I ate my weight in carne asada fries. Perfect end to the day.
... thing was the change of temperature between the start of our trip and our arrive to the self-proclaimed "America's Finest City".
El Centro's temperature was 106 degrees when we departed, but as we slowly ascended and descended through a mountain range the temp slowly started going down as we approached San Diego County. We we arrived to our hotel it was a mild 76 degrees. After the heat in El Centro and Phoenix this made for a refreshing relief! In fact, when ...
... so SO hard. After Erik and his parents returned, we decided to head to Pizza Port for dinner and drinks in nearby Solana Beach. The pizzas were both unique and delicious, as were the beers. I was excited to be out and about after the week inside. Pizza Port was packed with people the whole time we were there and seats did not stay empty for long - definitely a sign of a great place. After dinner, Ken and Jean headed back to San Diego and we made a quick stop ...
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