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... snoop dog apparently or snoop lion what ever his name is. Once back too the hostel I had a decent siesta and then practiced a little Spanish, something I need to do a lot more of. It was taco Tuesday at the hostel which means free tacos, obviously I took advantage of this. Then hung out abit with few people before shawn came and picked me up again to go back to mex. Once across the border we made a few pit stops picking up 3L of tequila and 1L of controy, a cheap ...
... overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Great place to meditate and thank God for helping us along in our adventure, We then went to the Robert's home in El Cajon where we will stay for a few days before flying back to Columbus. This is the end of our driving tour, a great adventure 2174 miles long. Hope you enjoyed the Blog as much as we ...
- Sleeping Bag
- Sleeping Bag Liner
- Inflatable Pillow
- Mosquito Net
- Cell Phone
- Point and Shoot
- SLR (only taking for the first 10 days)
- Additional Memory Cards
- iPod Shuffle
- First Aid Kit
- Ant i-Malarial ...
... cars and as winding, with blind curves, as any mountain road. It felt like every car that ripped past us was just a lucky circumstance that we didn't get hit! There was an aggressive mid-road rumble strip that they refused to pass near. Scotty got nervous. I just did not want to turn around, a thing that kills my mental state on a bike trip. It was just way too dangerous, we said a prayer, we turned around, rode through border ...
... lovely couple of Californian tech-workers and enjoy a lively chat about Google, Yahoo and if it is ever going to be possible to retire in the US if you are in your mid 50s.
From Monterey we start the drive south, visiting rich, twee Carmel where nearly every shop has a picture of Clint Eastwood with his arm around the store owner. Our next stop is San Simeon, a base we have chosen so we can visit Hearst Castle, the folly of a megalomaniac media baron. It's not ...