Vagabond Inn Chula Vista
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After a few days we have settled into the apartment. We convince ourselves that this must be the way of living here and are used to it. It's more like being a student and living in halls, only without the studying or partying. We got the oven repaired, a broom for the floor and some extra towels, all be it while we slept. We also learnt the way to avoid the row of homeless people further up the road and vowed not to return to the Burger King which they congregated. We were back ...
... a fun show for us
... They looked like the Blue Angels --- and later I figured out that was because it was the Blue Angels. (Chris would like me to note that the Blue Angels are like the British 'Red Arrows')
I had done my typical online search and had pointed us towards the well reviewed Camacho's Place, a Mexican place for lunch. As the GPS kept turning us this way and that, Chris was becoming more and more worried that it was just taking us to a ...
... us. I was so excited to be so close to this wonderful animals. Then we headed down to the viewing area where we could watch them swim past us. After we spent some time watching them swim we had paid to have lunch with the killer whales so off we went to have lunch with them. Our table was a metre away from the water (all good had a glass fence up to protect us from the splashing). So for lunch it was a buffet and then we got to watch the Killer Whales jump out ...
... Having anticipated another noisy night in our dorm that looked over the main high-street, we decided to go to the cinema nearby to watch the hangover 3. The film was set in vegas so it was funny to recognise all of the places in it. Every Saturday the hostel run a trip to Tijuana, the border town of Mexico, only a 20 minute tram ride away. Although slightly nervous, we decided to go on the trip. In the morning we thought ...