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... foods tonight. Yay!
Back at Missy's house we ate, watched some TV (America's got talent is actually quite entertaining), did laundry(!!!) and now everyone is fast asleep as I write this, getting their weary and sunburnt bodies (even though we reapplied at least 4 times) ready for tomorrow's excursion - KAYAKING! and then the long ride to LAS VEGAS.
Enjoy the pics! I spared you the many many animal pics the Strauss's love to take.
... where we could see pelicans and sea lions, and then down the Ocean Front Walk to Mission Beach. You really get the feeling life is good out here. Great luxurious houses right at the beach, people drinking coffee in the sun, tons of surfers... Everything very relaxed :-)
The bikes are very different than the ones I'm used to. They have very fat tyres and.... no gears! They look kind of old school, not sure if it's only here or everywhere in the US.
... are not just imagining it. UCSD has some interesting phenomena too. There is a snake path leading to the library, a teddy bear made of rocks; strangest cairn I've seen, and a house that crashed into the engineering building, sort of like the Wizard of Oz. Good to see engineers have a sense of humor. Aunt Judy's new place is very close to UCSD so we stopped by. Wow. What a place. Like living on a cruise ...
... any of us, we jumped into a taxi and headed off to SeaWorld. When we arrived the clouds were darker and a few spots of rain began to fall. We had our photo taken and found a map of the park before working out which live shows we'd like to see. The staff in client services were very helpful and made some good suggestions regarding timing and making sure we didn't miss the Shamu (whale) show later in the afternoon. Brad and I thought this would be a good end to ...
... screenwriter boyfriend...oh who am I kidding.
During the final couple of days I spent living the high life, I met James’ housemate Ken who’s an ex rugby pro. His arms were about six times the size of my torso and he’s dating an Australian pop star, but I could take him to bits on Mario Kart 64 so I’d say we’re roughly even. The Aussie girl was very friendly; it turns out she was recently runner up on ...
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