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Today we will leave El Cajon and start heading northward, so backwards when I look outside to see the sun shining and today to be 70 degrees or so but the time has come to let this "quartet" have their house return to normal and I am in need of being back home for a while too. We will start out gradually, though, as we will only drive 3 or 4 hours to Indio, California to spend a week in a timeshare there.
We spent 3 days in Yuma ...
... Horizons and Shamu Rocks. We also rode a few rides and toured some exhibits. Before we knew it, the sun had set and it was time to make our way back to the hotel to rest and get packed up again. We leave in the morning for Anaheim and our tour of Hollywood. It's hard to believe we haven't even been gone a week yet as we have done and seen so much! We still have a lot of things planned for the next five days before we finish up our time in California. Stay ...
... left our wonderful room to see what SD's nightlife had to offer.
For dinner we chose and Afghani restaurant which was strikingly empty. We considered changing our minds, but decided to stick with our initial choice. And we were both extremely glad we did. Although there were only a couple more people in the restaurant, the service and the food was excellent. The staff was friendly and welcoming, and the menu was mouthwatering. After ...
... only had tiny handbags with us so I feel like they didn't need to have their cranky pants on quite so much. All of the local people we met (I don't count people trying to hustle us to buy things) were so incredibly nice and genuinely wanted to help and chat to us. It made me wish I had considered actually going to Mexico on my trip - since scaremongering "If you go to Mexico you WILL get kidnapped" had worked on me (thanks Mum!) it hadn't been an option before ...
We were up bright and early this morning and enjoyed the sunrise as we entered San Diego Harbor. As we waited for our group to be called for disembarkment, we watched the new supplies arrive and be loaded onto the ship and the removal of the 'troublesome parts' of the ship! A large fuel barge pulled up and the refueling process began once again.
We have traveled 4361 nautical miles on this leg of the trip ...
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