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... had two sons. I pointed to their 2 boys and asked “Uh..Is this..Trevor and Aimee?”
“No—They are Jason and Chris.”
“Oh…Okay…so…wha t’s your last name?” *trying to help them find their last name on our sign in sheet so that they could properly sign their boys in instead of signing in two strangers*
“We are not registered yet.”
“OOoh! Ok, ...
... the States! I asked for a 6 month visa (just in case) then walked out into Tijuana. Such a change - the noise, people rushing here and there and of course the long, long lines of people waiting to cross into the US. Although I had checked earlier where I needed to go to catch my bus to Ensenada, all of this valuable information decided to temporarily leave my brain but I was in luck - a teenage boy was waiting for people just like me and whisked me off ...
... sleep any more. I watched the Super Bowl commercials, or at least the good ones on the internet. Watching Canadian cable we missed most of them and instead got at least a dozen inspiring segments on Canada's hopes and dreams for the Olympics. Canada loves the Winter Olympics and other stuff poured over ice.
We planned on leaving at first light and heading to El Rosario, trying to do a day and half of Baja driving in one day. I caught the crack of dawn, ...
... the bill, the waiter came over and told us "Your bill has been paid for." We were all really confused. We had earlier seen one of our Pelicans with her family in the same restaurant and waved and talked with them a bit so we thought maybe they had paid for us, but the waiter told us it was the older man from San Diego who had also bought us each the roses! He told us our bill was $73! Holy Kindness! Claire* was shrieking in her ...
Strangest Thing to See
We got around the city by metro trains, which were all packed. The train zooms around so fast and when it stops the doors only open for a few seconds so you have to be fast or the doors will close on you. While you are in the train there are various people selling things along the way – books, pens, glue, bum bags, gum anything. The funniest thing they were ...