La Jolla Indian Campground

Address: 22000 Hwy 76, Pauma Valley, California, 92061, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 22000 Hwy 76, Pauma Valley, is near Palomar Mountain State Park and Sengme Oaks Water Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Pauma Valley

    Coercive Debt: Domestic Violence & Women's Rights

    A travel blog entry by aprih.york on Jul 18, 2015

    ... to "violent partners have begun using debt as a means of exercising abusive control, making the consumer credit system an unknown party to domestic violence" (Littwin, 2012, pg.951) particularly in that of a divorce. The reason for the gender targeting in this case is supported by data conclusively stating where domestic violence has occurred against a woman by her husband so to have coercive debt issues.

    Coerced debt is ...

    The Truth about Adult "Male" Temper Tantrums!

    A travel blog entry by aprih.york on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... into submission by an Adult Two-Year-Old. Hopefully sooner rather than latter you have found yourself at a safe enough distance from these men who through continued domestic violence would have Lorded over you until the day you died.

    I can't blame any woman and girlfriend for sacrificing everything for the sake of their husband's happiness, even if it came to their families, friends, and even God. Unfortunate as ...

    Day fourteen

    A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on May 23, 2015

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    ... American flags, were easy to follow, most of the time. So began the long fly home, we spent over twelve hours in an airport or plane, San Diego looked so nice as we came in thru the buildings. Tracy King met us with hugs and drove us home, we did stop for something to eat, breakfast at Denny's, real pancakes for Poppy. We saw beautiful green pastures, fat lambs, quaint villages, large cities ...

    Safari Park and Midway

    A travel blog entry by jkaram on Feb 11, 2015

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    ... staying there for four hours, we needed more time.

    The audio and video tour took you through the history of the ship, the quarters of the men, the different work stations, the mess, the deck and much more. It was incredible what these men went through. I tried to get into a bunk and failed. The bunks had very little ...

    San Diego

    A travel blog entry by bazookatie on Aug 09, 2014

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    We got into Ramona to Taryn's brother's place late Wednesday night, which is about 50 minutes away from San Diego. Thursday, we spent the day at Mission Beach and enjoyed superb relaxation. The beach had a sort of mock-board walk, where they had some bars and shops. They also had this wave simulator where people would pay for an hour session and try to "surf." I put it in quotes because it looked like surfing but it was a ...