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... back...I hope) The ranger said they were pretty sure all the cranes were gone but I spotted one Sandhill crane on the lake, thus confirming my constantly improving birding skills. I should probably put this on my resume.
El Centro seemed to be the biggest town around going south so we looked up a place to stop for lunch. Along the way we looked out the window and noticed a group of fighter jets doing loops and other crazy shapes all ...
... diving attempts!
Venice beach was very hippy, local stalls with interesting art and weird people!! We took a drink and then headed into our taxi back to the hostel, we all crashed out and took on board a few more cold ones. After showering, Simon realised he was totally burnt on his back, with a nice hand mark where he applied his sun lotion, school boy error!!! Ouch!!!!!
A great day, San Diego ...
... lunch we had a look around the old town San Diego state historic park. It shows how life was in the early days of San Diego and includes many historic buildings from 1820 to 1870. We had a bottle of root beer here, I think it must be an acquired taste, not something I would rush to have again. We saw a few more creatures today, chipmunk at the point and of course the falcons. Squirrels and a rabbit at the park and a hummingbird also in the park. See our ...
... I went on a couple of the rides and saw all the shows. Our favorite displays were the beluga whales and the penguins. After seeing the zoo yesterday Sea World was a bit of a disappointment. After spending most of the day there, we shopped at Costco. It was interesting seeing their stock and prices compared to Bayers Lake: Rotisserie chicken for $4.99, a big liquor section, incredible fresh fruit and vegetables, very reasonable meat prices. However, the line ups at the cashiers were the ...
... right there with the animals.
They have a 45 minute guided bus tour around the zoo, which was very informative. We also went to one of the shows, which was a Chinese acrobat show. It was very cool…we were mesmerized for 30 minutes. Reminded us of a show we saw in Epcot in 2007. (I know the Bowsers remember that too…”24 hour a day!”)
We took a picnic lunch and ended up spending most of the day there. We ...
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