Vagabond Inn Chula Vista
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... get up and head to the airport. Special thanks to my sis for waking me up and driving me here-she's a good big sis. We hugged goodbye once at the airport and with that, here I am. Physically alone but consumed and deeply warmed by the love of my friends and family and framily. I'll carry you all in my heart as I pursue my next life adventure called medical school! Thanks for the best summer ever, NC2SD 2014! With the love of a thousand hand slaps, Breezer Hill P.S. Aunt Diane you rock for the awesome memory ...
Our stay in San Diego was not like the times we spent in other cities...there were no hostels, no awkward backpack carrying on public transport and best of all, no shared rooms! We were staying with the Beattys, friends of the Katie's family who live just north of San Diego. The first afternoon, we got settled in and had our first of many cups of tea, making us feel very at home! Mark and Cathy have lived in the USA for around 25 years, originally in San Diego, ...
... to just the three of us again, we drove to La Jolla, CA to sightsee and do a bit of tide pooling. We also visited Torrey Pines where we watched gliders sail the cliffs. The movie "The Lone Ranger", was our next stop and then back to camp for pizza and a dance show & fireworks at the campground.
It was a fabulous reunion and tribute to Dex's father. Now it's time to load up and head north.
Our last day in San Diego we decided to go whale watching. From December to April Grey Whales migrate south to birth their young along the Baja Peninsula in Mexico, so they can be spotted along the coast of California during this time. We left around 1:30 and tried to keep an open mind about what we may or may not see. We actually saw tons of ...
... for several blocks. They were selling fruits, vegetables, and ready-made food. There really wasn’t anything in the way of Italian food and we didn’t hear any Italian being spoken so that was a bit of a surprise. We bought some vegetables and then some samosas for lunch.
We went down to the waterfront tourist center to get some information about San Diego. A Holland America cruise ship was in port and the area was very busy. We did see a few tall ships: Star of ...