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Travel Blogs from Tijuana
We went to Tijuana for the day, what a bloody disaster.
We hired a car, a little Kia Soul and drove down to the border, it took about 2 hours to get there.
On the way we stopped at a rest stop where the kids were able to feed some squirrels, that was excellent.
We arrived at the border around 11am, walked accross the border and entered Mexico without any hassles.
However the state of Tijuana is very different to what i remember 20 years ago, it it like a ghost town, ...
Huge day today! Might of given mum a day off walking yesterday but definately made her make up for that today. This morning we walked along the San Diego bay foreshore. We saw the Star of India, which is the oldest iron hulled merchant ship still afloat, first launched in 1863. We also saw the USS Midway, the longest serving aircraft carrier of the 20th century. It was commission in the 1942 and only decommissioned in 1992. ...
... to go
in the shop, she says she feels bad and isn’t comfortable with it. We get back to the leather shop and she can’t
find any bags to suit so I ask for her opinion on the jackets, and she said she
didn’t like the green one but the black one looks good but a little big! Off she and her family go to look at more
bags. I’m still not sure but thought oh
well, just do it, I can wear it home so won’t have to pack it. I went to pay, ...
... I think are sea urchins... but I'm not totally sure :) Again the waves crashing against and over the rocky shore was beautiful. We got wet a few times by an unexpected giant wave hitting the rocks and splashing up.
The weather was pretty great. Super sunny, 74 degrees and breezy. It was chilly in the shade, but if you stayed in the sun, it was N-I-C-E. So nice, that you really don't feel yourself burning in the sun. ...
... drugland beheadings we read about recently, but, like many of the (perceived or really) dangerous places we have visited, there are generally always parts to visit and enjoy safely.
We continued on, around, over, under and around a complete spaghetti-junction mess and mass of highways, byways, motorways and roads, many lined with parked cars of dayworkers, others jam-packed with queuing cars crossing over, until the side of the road on which we were summarily dumped ...