Hotel Principado Tijuana
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... where we went through some of the market stalls that were still open.
We almost bought a few things at a couple of stores, but then realised we needed cash, so thought we'd keep wandering around a bit before deciding.
As we walked further on, there wasn't many stands left open and we eventually just jumped in a cab without getting anything and went back to the border.
There were heaps of police around when we got in the cab, and the driver was ...
... coffee. I ordered the enfrijoladas to eat. I must say that even though it is a pricey place the food is very well served and the service is good too.
After breakfast I just continued walking towards the famous monument as that whole stretch is basically downtown.
It seems to me that downtown Tijuana is livelier in the evening as the stores were just starting to open (it was 10:30 am) and there seem to be some cleaning being done, from ...
... and bought 38 metres of ribbon, and 6 metres of fabric for her 280 pesos ( £12.50). Oh yes, K also purchased a Mexican wool poncho, something everyone needs in UK, and even more so in USA given todays temperature was over 85 degrees.
After initial caution due to internet hype, we spent a great day in Tijuana. It was probably a different perspective of Mexico than the 'All Inclusive' deals to Acapulco but hey, thats what we ...
... storm our story and it worked. We told him it didn't need rego as it didn't have a motor (which it did), and that the boat was under 14 foot also meaning it didn't require rego. The guy pretended to know the rules and said si si. Mexico finally welcomed us! We had planned on driving done to kevs and staying the night however due to the delay ended up crashing at Valerie's in Rosario. We woke up semi early the next ...
... albeit spectacular, but with the many wonderful people with whom I've met and shared time along the way, many of who will remain friends for much time to come.
So that's all folks. Claud is taking a well earned rest in San Diego where I will spend some time exploring the city and enjoying the sunshine before embarking on a marathon bus journey back to Toronto. My natural sense of neatness enjoys the fact that I will finish the journey where I started nearly 4 ...