Days Inn El Cajon
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... so at that time I just thought it was kinda funny to meet hikers in the bathroom of a KOA, but as the morning began to pass and I saw them packing up there camp at the other end of the field I started to think differently. In a way it just seemed as if I was meant to catch a ride with them. I realized that a few days break from walking wouldn't be the worst thing. The stars had aligned and I decided to take the opportunity. ...
What a day of ups and downs. So this morning we had our alarms set for 8am to pack and check out of our hotel have breakfast and pickup our hire car... Well let's just say things didn't go according to plan , obviously jet lag had gotten the better of us we slept through our alarm till 10 rushed to pack up our room, no shower , no food, just straight to pick up our hire car So driving in America , one of the most scary experiences of my life it took as just over 2 hours ...
... center .7 miles away from where we were. Excited to try to provide housing for our 30 friends, we hopped back on the bikes to go check it out. Ali worked her magic & was able to get us the youth center to sleep, however we could not go until 8pm. So with Lauren's DM skills, we were able to take showers at Crunch Fitness & clean out our trailer, van, & inventory in their parking lot. We then headed to the host and were locked out since it ...
... of San Diego, the bay area and the military base. The main visitors attractions are at the top of the hills. However, there are also some very cool tide-pools right on the coast. We made our way down the footpaths to view them, and it was well worth the short climb to get there. The views along the coast were beautiful - with the red rocks contrasting with the blue sea.
After we finished at the tide-pools, we went to the ...
... completed our day, as it was the first normal-sized meals we had had in a loooonnnnnnggggggg time!
On the third of January, we visited San Diego Safari Park, run by San Diego Zoo. To see the whole park, we opted to do the Tram Safari, which took us around a huge area of the Park in little train. We got some great, scenic views and photographs from the tram, as well as getting up close to some of the rarest African ...