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... eating bamboo and relaxing. One of the things I instantly noticed about the zoo was the fact that most of the enclosures only contained one animal. Pretty sad to see really because they looked extremely bored. Some pack animals were kept together or if the zoo was trying to get them to mate then they would be in the same enclosure but besides that they all seemed to be alone and isolated. It was a sad sight to see. We saw all types of animals but unfortunately for me there ...
... t know, but they are trading riddles over ribs and beers while the old folks compare stories to see if they can remember all the details. Aunt Judy sets everybody straight, she knows the score. Oddly enough, Marlene's little dog is also named Sadie. So we tried to get the two Sadie's together when we first got there, but little Sadie maybe got stepped on and let out a yelp. That mistaken cue got misinterpreted, so better hurt feelings than hurt puppies, so our Sadie ...
... we learnt that: - people of San Diego are the masters of relocating buildings. We found that 'the oldest building in the city' had actually been moved multiple times, as areas became more trendy, safe, or re-vamped. - San Diego city completed Petco Stadium in 2004, a 44,000 seat baseball stadium- however they forgot the parking which then had to be added on over the next 3 years. - One of Americas finest beaches, Coronado was actually created by accident after the ...
... the biggest USA Aircraft Carriers to pass under.
We also saw the Coronado Navy Base which was huge and we saw over 150 combat aircraft on the ground there. They mixed fixed wing and helicopter of many types. It was just huge and mind boggling to me.
We then stopped off at the Ferry terminal and picked up more passengers who wanted to see the Northern part of the harbour. We saw the Star of India which was built in 1863 in the Isle of Man ...
... it maaaaam”. Despite the fact this sounds like it could be a damning insult, I can assure you it was a compliment.
The next morning, I was to head back to San Diego on the bus alone as the girls were shortly to return to the UK. Cleo dropped me off at the Greyhound station, and then stopped the car in the middle of the road and ran after me like something out of a black and white Hollywood movie. Feeling all Clark Gable, I boarded the ...
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