North Coast Village
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... the cliffs. So we backtracked up to the road and walked along the costal streets, where we stopped and spoke to the man that had told us its not safe where we were walking. He explained how bad this coastal area is now, with so many houses now under threat. Sat on the beach for a while watching surfers doing their thing :) Back to our room for a little rest. Before hitting the shops .... few last ...
... things :). I can see we will be posting home more stuff :) Then it was off to see a Stadium Rob wanted to see - Petco - the home of the Padres. It was right next to the Gas lamp area of San Diego.So we spent the rest of the afternoon wandering around, we went into a few galleries - one had original Warner cartoons - like Pepi le Pew, and Daffy Duck. In another there were some really cute wine holders made ...
... had a great chat. Very easy to talk too, and we had a good time. He wanted to have lunch an asked if I had ate yet. Omen ??? Luckily I hadn't. Usually I would, but I only got fluids at the Jack in the Box.
He said he knew a great Chinese place at Ocean Side. And we would head there. About 5 mins out, he received a phone call. He spoke in Spanish.
We arrived at the place just off the highway, China Star, Super ...
... their snacks. We visited the dolphins, and not only could we view them from above, but we also snagged a great view at eye-level through the glass window in their tank. We took a ride on the Sky Tower, a revolving ride that slowly rotates, lifting its passengers 100m above SeaWorld for a fantastic view of SeaWorld and San Diego. Arriving just in time for sea lion and seal feeding, Uncle Robert bought us some snacks to toss over for the hungry creatures. We ...
... and we wimped out. As Mike and Billy started swimming out of the cave, a big wave crashed into the cave and tumbled them around a bit. Mike was the first to make it out, but Billy was still inside and got thrashed around. He hit the cave walls and swallowed a lot of water before Mike went back in to help him. The sea water made him feel sick, so he quickly scaled the rock cliff to get out of the water. We decided that was enough cave exploring and called it quits. ...