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... guess, a meat restaurant. All the Strauss carnivores were very happy! With full bellies we concluded the day at our sleep destination - a friend's relative's house. So nice to be in a real home.
July 9, Tuesday - A week has passed full of tons of fun and exhaustion. Today we spent the day at Sea World. We saw four great shows (Shamu the whale, Cirque de la Mer, Sea lions, and the dolphins), went on two roller coasters, drank lots of ...
... stand etc. Jamie wore the dress she'd worn 8 yrs ago!
A couple of buses were provided to take the out of towners to the dinner venue. Some of the kids got stuck in the lift for a good 40 mins and had to be evacuated by the fire dept!
Nice food and drinks, so everyone was happy. The views over the small lagoon very nice in the sunset. When the sun went down it was quite chilly, so I was grateful that Paul had taken a jacket for me as well.. ...
... br> The next night was much tamer. We went to Tania's parents house for a home-cooked dinner that was friggin amazing. I have no idea how Tania looks as good as she does when she grew up with food like this. If that's how I grew up I'd've been 300lbs....oh, wait. We rolled ourselves home and had a pretty relaxed night (and another 2L bottle of vodka).
The next day I said adios to Mark and Tania and headed ...
I hadn't really planned to write on this recent trip home from San Diego. We spent just over a week down in San Diego to be with Jessica and the granddaughters while Brent was on conference in Hawaii. When it came time to leave, hard as it was, we wanted to cover some new roads or see something new and soon the words were flowing in my mind. So, here is a short blog covering the three ...
... thing was being very active; the lion was roaring, the bears were swimming in their pool, the tiger was gnawing on his breakfast bone, the jaguar was growling at everyone who went past! It was brilliant!! Once we got off the bus we decided the quickest way to get to the other side of the zoo was using the aerial tram which turns out to go pretty high over the zoo! But it's cool because you can the zoo (which looks like a rainforest from above) and San ...
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