Tecolote Canyon Bed And Breakfast
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... the most interesting: the living quarters, the dining rooms (yes, a different one depending on one's rank - with improved food quality as one's rank rises), laundry facilities, kitchens, medical and dental facilities, and more. This museum is located right across the street from our hotel and next to the pier where tomorrow, we will board the Jewel of the Seas. We then checked in and I was out like a light. Doune went out to get a burrito while I ...
... at Miguel’s Cantina for lunch and the food was delicious if a bit pricey. The Ultimate Margarita came in a shaker on the rocks and was enough to refill your glass a couple of times. Rick had the Pollo Mole Poblano and Dan had a combo that included a chile relleno he said was the best he has ever had. We strolled the area for a couple of hours before heading back to Mission Bay.
The bay has been covered in heavy fog for the past couple of mornings but it burns ...
... to the people. We spent 3 hours listening to Percytelling us about the history and the Inca people. We had a really good lunch and we still had time to go back in to see more but it was starting to sprinkle rain, were really lucky up to this point because this is rainy season and it could have been totally overcast and rainy the whole time we were here. We decided to just go back down to the town and do some shopping so we didn't have to get wet.
Our trip back on the train was ...
... there wasnīt going to be much traffic. Approximately 50km before San Diego the traffic jam began which slowed us down and we started to realize that we werenīt going to reach the meeting point on time. We assumed that Ricardo would be late as well and stayed calm. We arrived at 9.30 and he appeared 30 minutes later. It was such an exciting encounter because we hadnīt seen each other since we left Chili.
Ricky kept asking us what we would like to see and do in San Diego. ...
I was so tired last night after the Zoo that I decided to wait till today and write a double entry about the two days we have had so far in San Diego.
First though, I'd like to write about a few things I have learned on our travels so far:
1 - Whatever time you planned to leave in the morning add half an hour (on a good day) to an hour (on a less good day).
2 - Whatever fun you are having probably will be spoiled a bit at some point by ...
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