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... at all, in fact we were pretty much the only ones anywhere.
It was a little scary to be honest, we felt like walking targets for every Mexican trying to peddle there goods. We bought lots of things and after about 2 hours walking around what Jack called a "Intellectual Wasteland".
On the way we happened to notice a line of people that extended for about 2 km, they were waiting to cross the border back to the US, we were fortunate enough to be told that we could catch a ...
... absolutely no idea how large these aircraft carriers were, and I suspect the pics won't accurately show it either. There would have been over 20 planes on the to deck - phenomenally large. From there we took a quick ferry trip over to Coronado Island to see the stunning Hotel Del Coronado which sits right on Coronado beach (voted the best beach in the USA this year). The Hotel Del Coronado was established in 1888 and ...
... funny the machine they
use for your card has gone down, he tries and tries but to no avail, offers to
take me to the bank so I agree. So I am
at the ATM at the bank and plumb in my numbers etc and the bank comes up with a
charge for $38.85 for this transaction, no thank you very much, so I decline
the transaction and walk away. It’s not
until later that I am told that the $38.85 is in peso’s – well I was killing
myself laughing ...
... to the nines like I'm talking sky high heels and all just to drink at the hostel and no one was all that friendly. I was beginning to think it was just me but then ran into Jonas, Erika and Jessica at this hostel too.. and they felt the same.. except a little bit worse for me when they saw my room with no locks on the door (then charged 25c per entry to your tiny locker and everyone from the party would just barge on in), a very disrespectful staff member in the ...
... the bus.
We were greeted by many men offering us quick crossings or taxis to downtown San Diego. We knew this really was our last dodging of the taxi touts so, with big smiles, we got directions to the foot crossing queue and set off to join the LONG and never-ending queue to cross into California. In fact, no sooner had we joined the end of the queue, it was no longer then end of the queue as more people joined behind us. As we slowly made our way forward every now ...