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... back. Hulkette bought a cool leather bag but they didn't have another or I would have got one too. Then drifted back to the line for the border crossing. It had grown a bit, looked like we were in for a couple of hours wait. We went no where for quite a while, then no where again for quite a while. The queue doubled back on itself for quite a distance, took over 3 hours to travel that doubled back bit. Joined ...
... got to the top where the cliff overlooks are we saw signs that said absolutely no food or dogs allowed, so I walked to the edge and snapped a couple of shots then we left. We were hoping to have lunch there, but oh well.
After that we headed on up Pacific Coast Highway towards Carlsbad to check out the campground right on the beach. I was so excited about this, but when we got there we found out they charge as much as it ...
Today was spent mainly getting lost as Daniel doesn't like to listen to Michelle. We started off heading to La Jolla after a car tour round we decided that it was mainly a beach and not for us - full of skinny surfers. We then headed to the harbour a place called seaport few nice shops and a lovely stroll we headed to the car as to avoid ...
... worth the money. Definitely worth $20 if that. So so good. Had a great night and ended up connecting with some great Danish girls from the hostel. Gary and myself were hanging out with the two Danish girls, Sofie and Crystal and after the bar closed at 3am. We decided to head to the beach. When there I had the brilliant idea that we should go skinny dipping. However ! I think I was just joking around as I meant lets go for a night swim in our underwear. However at this stage ...
... at all, in fact we were pretty much the only ones anywhere.
It was a little scary to be honest, we felt like walking targets for every Mexican trying to peddle there goods. We bought lots of things and after about 2 hours walking around what Jack called a "Intellectual Wasteland".
On the way we happened to notice a line of people that extended for about 2 km, they were waiting to cross the border back to the US, we were fortunate enough to be told that we could catch a ...