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Travel Blogs from Oceanside
... diner, and walked to the beach. Very nice little town. Which it could be seen it used to be a 'sleeper town' which had just been awoken over the last half decade or so.
After a nice scouting, I returned to the highway ( 2:00pm ish ) to hitchhike my way too San Diego.
My back was killing me !!! My pack had grown exponentially over the last week.
Anyways. Off to San Diego I hoped! Better luck than last ...
... we just could not get enough! Mike told us that the Sunset Market was not something to miss. So we invited Billy, Lydia and Brian to go with us. We walked around downtown for a couple hours looking at cool art and eating yummy food.
These are the two coolest things we feel are worth sharing:
Salty Sisters is a candy company that has amazing toffee and scrumptious chocolate and salt combinations. The owner recently quit her job with the local ...
... wonder for a second who they are and where they are headed, but the thought would pass just as quickly as the waves do, and soon it was just Sloboda again, the sea consuming all in sight. Minutes felt like hours, and hours like days, as this day we call perfection inched by. We changed watch, we ate the delicious fish we caught from the sea, we read more books, had more thoughtless conversation, and ...
... in the heat as we cycle to the end of the trail at North Santa Fe Ave, where after a short break we cycle back 9 miles down the trail towards the beach. After an encounter with a snake in my path, I notice that the closer to the shore-line we get, that a huge cloud layer is hanging over us. At approx 2 miles from the coast we loose our beautiful sunshine and blue skies and shift back under our cloud blanket ... damn this silly marina layer. How ...
... multi-generational home/museum. The site included many historic living examples, but the fun was the egg balancing, walking the equator line, and the other indigenous exhibits. Our visit to the Sinamune Foundation for a musical performance by special needs students demonstrated the focus of OAT and the Grand Circle Foundation.
Off to Coca and the Amazon River Basin, we had Patricio with us and also met our new naturalist ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking