Zosa Ranch and Gardens Bed and Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Escondido
... didn’t have the right insurance for the car, maybe next time. We then left San Diego and our one night stop in Escondido about 40miles north of San Diego and the start of our journey to Palm Springs. Lovely food again but this time Thai which was nice and spicy which made a great change from the Mexican. Laundry night tonight so making good use of the industrial sized washer and dryers before noticing that we may have a disaster on our hands… the cooler box is leaking!!! ...
... in Mexico. We headed back to San Diego then off to Palo Alto to visit more relatives.
Jon and Deb spent time with us go out for meals, taking us to look around Stamford.
... SO much everyday that my brain was probably thinking, this can't be just one day can it?! We said goodbye and it was pretty weird, i didn't want to, but i had to, and then she was gone. But not for another 10 years this time, ohhhh no, I'll be back!!
I got into my room and immediately i did some laundry, and then went to lay on my bed to wait forty five minutes for it to be done, and i fell asleep for i don't even know how long! The sun had totally taken it out of ...
... t have anyone to talk to at all. Makes me get out of my comfort zone, which ends up making my comfort zone bigger, which can only be a good thing! I'm really proud of myself for doing this, and maybe thats silly, but i am. I've always wanted to do this, but most people my age have gone off with a friend or flew out to meet up with family etc. but i'm on my own, and i'm glad i'm at a stage in my life where i'm completely comfortable and happy with the person i've become over ...
... a seriously empty nest headed her way. Wings are good, though.
I've packed, unpacked and repacked about a dozen times. Finally made it to the bank today to get about 7 different types of currency. Holding onto those 1,001 ways to live in the moment. Want some parting wisdom? Alright:
Love After Love by Derek Walcott
The time will come
when, with elation
you will greet yourself arriving
at your own door, in your own mirror