San Elijo State Beach Campground
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... Diego Zoo which was thankfully another short trip,and easy parking! When we entered the zoo the first animals we saw were the bright pink Caribbean flamingos (not the plastic ones you find in wogs front yards).next up were the Gorillas and birds,one gorilla was being abit cheeky with its pose, showing everyone it's butt up against the glass.we walked through the aviary which was massive but didn't spend much time in there because Katie is apparently a ...
... Well, renting a pair was free, so we opted for that. Seems the pool kindly “rents out” equipment that is left behind by other guests. What a great idea! We know personally that there’s a whole room-full of goggles, flippers, pool toys and towels left behind at Shaw Park—why not let others use them?
Mark brought Mike up to the pool, and we spent all afternoon just talking, the four adults. By 5:00-ish, Mike had to get back ...
... we reached our destination and turning point.
For some strange reason, Forest Gump came to mind as I stood there remembering the scene when he ran to the sea and could go no further. Here's the quote from that famous movie dialog:
Forrest Gump: "That day, for no particular reason, I decided to go for a little run. So I ran to the end of the road. And when I got there, I thought maybe I'd run to the end of town. And when I ...
... night and we are now in Del Mar, CA - a north suburb of San Diego. We were cracking up because it is the first time this trip that we have planned ahead and had reservations for a few nights in advance. Usually around 1-2pm, we decide where we might be that night and go to hotels.com on our phones and find a place OR wait until we get where we're going and then check out the hotels and pick one. And that has been working ...
... were so cheap it didn't matter! Drugstores over here are like mega supermarkets/warehouses/chemists/toy stores/makeup stores/perfume stores with all you could ever want and more.
Aside from that, La Jolla village was veeerrrrrry cool, not to mention extremely upmarket, which we realised by the 17 million dollar house in the Remax window! And I thought Oriental Bay ...