Hotel Las Palmas
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... national parks in the near future, which are all currently closed, and of course that will be impacted! It will be a game of wait and see how this plays out. On another note, San Diego is very cool. After jumping on the train and enjoying 3 hours of scenic ocean on one side and beautiful houses hanging over steep cliffs that our Christchurch mentality questions big time with flash backs to the sumner area, we spent the afternoon ...
... last thing we did before leaving Sea World. It was then back in the taxi and off to San Diego to the Hard Rock Cafe so Rab can pick up his hurricane glass. We got out of the taxi, still wet and absolutely shattered, and to this day we're not sure what we walked in to. The Gaslight district was crawling with lots of drunk young lads and girls in beachwear. It must've been a college party or something. We made our way to the Hard Rock and decided that we were going to eat there... ...
... after I get back from California. Is God good or what??
One of the jobs was offered to me, I didn't even apply for it! It would be working before/after school child care and I would be a site director. Pretty cool!
I still plan to substitute if I get that job. And I'll sell some old junk I don't need any more.
I suppose all that I have left to do now is keep praying that it will continue to come together and that I keep my focus on God throughout this ...
... Jessica, a super friendly Texan had invited us to a Sinco De Mayo party at their house just down the road. We hesitantly accepted their invitation and thanked them for their great ideas.
It was dinner time so we thought we would use one of their recommendations to go to Fillipis Pizza Grotto in little Italy, we were quite lucky in that Little Italy was right behind our hotel. Fillipis was your classic Italian ...
... that he drove down to San Felipe, Mexico to pick us up and transport us to Palm Springs at the end of July as well as drove us back down to the boat a few days ago. Muchas gracias, senor!
After squeezing items in every conceivable nook and cranny of Brad’s jeep ( I believe what we accomplished is called a blivid according to www.urbandictionary.com), we headed off to the small border crossing at Algodones. There was absolutely no ...