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Travel Blogs from Tijuana
... I was lucky to hang out with one of these people, and get to see quite a lot of the city.
That's not to say its COMPLETELY safe, but stay out of bad areas, and walking around at night alone, and you're going to be fine. In central downtown areas you'd be fine at any time, although I did have one car drive past during the day asking if I wanted work, which after speaking with Crystal, translated as would I want to sleep with them. Politely turned down ...
After Monday was over we woke up on Tuesday with a killer hangover and tried staying warm in the car but it was nearly out of gas so we couldn't turn on the heater or radio or do anything involving with the car and since we didn't knew where my aunt was so we decided to head to a gas station to pump some gas in the car to be warm and start ...
... The hotel was huge and opulent but in slightly kitsch style with chocolate-boxy murals that were commissioned by the square yard rather than on artistic merit.
In front of the hotel is the Seaport Village, a collection of restaurants and shops housed in quaint little buildings trying hard to give the impression that you were in a "village". There were some nice restaurants with good sea views. It gets pretty busy at ...
... cross this one off the list. I then
go to the next one which is about ¾ hour away and it’s called the Citadel,
closer to my hotel, and is just like the one we have in Perth – Harbour town –
and it is much cheaper, so have a look around
and try and find a FOX shop for Nicky, no Fox here, what a shame. Head back to the hotel to google some more to
see if I can find any with fox shops in.
Oh and of course, I have to go back via Walmart ...
... which tastes different here to the regular coke we have back home as it is made with the Coca Leaf, and not artificial sugars as in ours.
We gave ourselves 20 minutes to get back over the border and meet Sophie and the girls at 1.30 pm. Big mistake. We had not factored in that the queue of people would be over a mile long. Wow, not many people wanting to go to Mexico but a hell of a lot of people wanting to leave, and none of them looked like ...