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Today we decided that we'll go home because its been a long week. Before we left we went to go pump some gas into the car and hopped on the road after wards. When we reached half way we decide to go grab some American food and stop by Red Lobster again for our meal. Ordered different stuff this time but I think the food we ate yesterday at the Mexican restaurant wasn't making me feel ...
... much of a haggler, but that didn't seem to make much of a difference, if you hesitate for a moment and look like you're going to walk away the price comes down without you even saying anything, and the more undecided you look the more the price comes down until you can no longer resist. It's interesting to come back across the border. We were quite lucky and it only took us about half an hour or so, but sometimes it can take ...
... rehearsed it, I was really
laughing at this point. We get on the
bus and the guy lost a sale, but I was happy, it was only $5 but not the point,
I wasn’t even sure if I wanted it anyway?
So ended up with no jacket and no bracelet but was fun.
We leave Tijuana and head back to the USA. Customs is not very far away and we go
through with passports in hand, there is quite a queue, when I reach the
customs the lady looks at me and ...
... the mall seemed like a good option. When we got to the mall we were surprised to see it wasn't a traditional indoor one, but instead was as tack of alternating levels opening up onto a central courtyard. Very strange. We found lunch in the form of a hot dog for me, and a jacket potato for Laura - which she was really happy with, as we've never seen one to buy since we've been here...small pleasures! - and then popped into a couple of shops. In ...
After a long journey and a few delays we arrived in San Diego. So strange being in an English speaking country again. However, it is only 18 miles to the Mexican border so there's still lot of Mexican and Spanish language influence. It is also strange being in a big city again and having to use maps to get around.
We visited the Downtown area, and around the Harbour (where we saw a huge jelly fish). That night we ...
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