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... was cool. Went for some coffee and just explored the downtown region. Again, quite a lot of signs and observations that I had definitely arrived into Mexico....
- Zebra Mules - Yep, on a few of the street corners, a few entreprenurial types had decided they would shave donkeys and paint black stripes on them to look like Zebra's. You could then get pictures in front of a decorated wooden board, whilst wearing a sombrero. I declined (even though some people ...
... routine as we arrived. Back stroke, and tumble turn against the viewing window and coming up for a breather after every length of the pool.... spectacular! San Diego Zoo is one of the best known zoos in the world, famous for it's conservation programmes and containing over 4000 animals. It was like walking through a jungle with different trails to follow called for example 'the lost forrest'. We ...
What a ****** Tuesday and Wednesday we spent, at-least the ending of Wednesday was somewhat OK I guess since we were at the plaza of Tijuana which was a nice view of the beach with the sunset and the reflections on the ocean. But, now to get our stuff back together, we pushed the car to the nearest gas station to pump some gas until it was full of gas, then we went straight to a restaurant to ...
... a special exhibition of Low Riders. They were beautifully painted cars of the 40s, 50s and 60s. The practice of it is mainly restricted to hte American-Mexican community, who back in Mexico could not afford to change car often, so they spent a lot of effort beautifying the vehicles. It is also a bit of a status symbol and there are competitions and parades.
Yet again, time is moving so fast. This is my last full day in San Diego before I head of to New York tomorrow.
Today's plan was to take me down to the border and Pat and I were going to walk around Tijuana which is the Mexican town right across the border. Sophie drove us down with the kids, but they were coming over as one, Sophie can't stand it over there and also the kids don't have passports so we would have to leave them there working a street ...