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... br> We got another beer and ordered some food. Darren's meal was like a pulled pork sandwich kind of thing which was pretty nice, but I got these mushroom tacos which were the best tacos ever!
It was so simple but so damn delicious!
Definitely going to have to reproduce that at home!
When we were done eating we went to head off and almost forgot to pay! Oops!
Remembered at the last minute though, so all good!
We hailed a cab and went back to ...
... right away on the price as they didn't really have a breakfast package from $55 pesos but instead their breakfast dishes were priced from $55 which meant coffee and fruit were separate. So, price wise it is not cheap at all and I did mention to them that their announcement outside seems a bit of false advertising but they were kind and I was hungry so I stayed. I ordered a hot chocolate because it was a cold day in Tijuana and I have been drinking ...
... such a bad reputation.
Next stop lunch, K had 'Cesar Salad', the dish did originate from Tijuana after all, and M had his first steak. Lunch was particularly pleasant as the street musicians dressed in traditional costume serenaded guests with guitars, trumpets and singing.
We both changed money up on the US side, M spent his wisely on a haircut at the local barbers, and paid for lunch, whist K found a ...
... less rough than in Huntington with no currents but still with pretty big waves. The water was clear and pleasantly warm so we spent a couple of hours playing in the surf. The girls loved it! We then took a short drive out to Torrey Pines golf course, one of America's top courses and scene of the 2008 US Open and numerous other PGA tour events. We weren't sure if we would even be able to look around but as we stepped out of the car a lady in ...
... the help of some aspirin and two big bowls of chicken pho), we managed to get into the centre of San Diego for some exploring around 2pm. A lively place with lots of cafés, restaurants and bars, San Diego has definitely won us over. Although our time here was short,it was mostly sweet. We can both see why the Spanish first claimed it as there own all those years ago. They must have been suckers for warm weather, palm trees and sea views ...