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... a buzz.
We made our way down to the beach outside the hotel for a little relaxation time and a few more drinks, but soon realized there was no relaxing! Musicians played loud, live music at our table every few minutes and there were natives practically lining up to sell us anything from chic-lets to jewelry and clothing. And yes... I bought some jewelry!
... It seems very popular. The cookies were slightly under baked which made them nice and soft. The ice cream was not too sweet and very flavorful.
Finally, it was time to go back to the room after a stroll along the ocean front. It was 66º and the smell of the ocean air was amazing. Off to bed while sleeping with the doors open. There is nothing more peaceful than falling asleep listening to the ocean breezes.
... as the cruise liners come down here from San Diego full of Americans. The locals loved the fact that we were Aussie, and when we explained that we could not buy as we cannot carry they were just happy to try and talk about Australia, they are fascinated by our accent.
27/01/2013: Past 3 days raining so just hanging out with Salvador and Yolanda and watching endless movies, Gary happy as a pig in mud. We feel like part ...
When I was 6, my parents moved to a house on an acre of land in the middle of the Mojave Desert. There was a fence that separated the part of the yard that was developed and that part was overrun with tumbleweeds.
My dad and I built a playhouse. When we were putting the door on, I told him I wanted a drawbridge with a moat so I could pretend it was a castle. He told me to figure out how to do it. It took me a few hours, but I did and rope was used instead of ...
... to head back north, the area didn't feel all that comfortable. We headed north on I-805 and to Ocean Beach on the coast, where we continued up the coast through several small towns and ended up at “La Jolla”, most of the towns were residential areas with a beach, and all appeared to be very prosperous towns as we did not see many empty store fronts. At the La Jolla beach, ...
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