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... Bulgarian boyfriend -- with a hatchet.
The safety officer found safety only at the next port and left the ship.
Jealousies are the worst downside. An ex of my one-time beau actually entered my cabin, pulled one of my formal gowns (my favorite, naturally) from the closet, and ripped it apart with scissors, scattering sequins everywhere. A Canadian co-worker once threw away the work clothes of a Honduran woman because the Honduran ...
... sights. But I guess our luck from the night before and my hopes of sharing my joy from comic con made us optimistic.
So we walked around, since it was too late to try to get into any of the outside attractions (since they all closed at around 6). That was pretty nice, and we also walked through the mall. Eventually we decided to head back to the house and go to bed to get a early start for Day ...
We started our last day in sunny San Diego with a walk to little Italy farmers markets where I got a green smoothie, don got a coffee and we bought or host Heather a bunch of sunflowers. The fruit and veg available was amazing! I don't think we have seen such big strawberries before! Some beautiful artwork and foods and all sorts of lovely market staples were there to see, taste and smell. It was a gorgeous morning! Once we packed up ...
... and honest about what was going on and drove us through some of the less touristy bits. Getting back into the US wasn't too hard either we only had to wait 45 minutes when sometimes it can take 1 to 4 hours according to the driver and the others who have had to deal with border crossings.
On Tuesday we went to the San Diego Safari Park. The park was gigantic and went on and on. It felt like we were in the middle of the desert ...
... a full-rigged iron windjammer ship. After a full career sailing from Great Britain to India and New Zealand, she worked the Alaska - California route. It was retired in 1926. She was not restored until 1962–63 and is now a seaworthy museum home-ported at the Maritime Museum in San Diego. She is the oldest ship still sailing regularly and also the oldest iron-hulled merchant ship still floating.
We also saw the North Island Naval Air Station, ...