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... Where are the ancient stone towers and cobblestone streets?
Slowly we've merged back into American culture. When we first returned we marveled at how wide our roads were, now we once again drive aggressively, constantly on alert for crazy drivers. Sometimes we still slip up with the dialect. The other day Julian asked for crisps, and when Elizabeth replied, "you mean potato chips?" Julian said "no, Mom, crisps!"
... is set on fire at the thought of the next exciting encounter I will come across.
With my need to appease my adrenaline rush (plus being in California by the ocean), I was determined to find a place to surf. First I tried Mission Beach, but they didn’t have any rentals, so I went back to Pacific Beach. I had no clue where to look so I kept asking people along the way until I found a spot about two miles from where I parked my car. The ...
... warm. I got up on my board a few times but only for about 5 seconds. Meg managed to ride a good wave. After surfing we headed back to the hotel, had showers and went out to Kirsty's for dinner. Our dinner took ages to come out but it was a nice pizza. We were so tired from the night before that we just headed straight to bed ...
... along the beach and watch the sunset - just beautiful!
Wednesday 18th June -
Today we arrived in San Diego. We are staying at the KOA campground which is great - clean, great shop and amenities and pool etc.....bit of a resort more than a 'rough-it' kind of campground but a little luxury before we head in the direction of the desert is nice!
We walked to the trolley station, Severin said ...
Across the street from our hotel, a well groomed park looked quite inviting. You didn’t have to convince me twice…..I went straight in that direction.
Gorgeous views of the San Diego Bay stood right in front of me. I devoured every bit of it while walking along the cobblestone promenade ...