Hotel Principado Tijuana
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... 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 ...
... although I'm hoping to fineagle some more to add shortly.
The last few nights of the trip characterised what I have appreciated and enjoyed the most throughout this whole experience. An impromptu invitation at one campsite to a family celebration dinner with other cycle tourists and before arriving in the city, two wonderful nights of Warm Showers hospitality, talking travel and bicycles.
For me, the highlights of the journey have not been found in the ...
... day by going onto the Manta Ray Rollercoaster Ride where your feet don't touch the floor and just dangle. It was incredibly fast but great fun(we also said that Grandad Derek should come along with us next time).
As we walked back to the Car they had a huge firework display which was hilariously causing all of the car alarms in the car park to go off but luckily our car was ok.
We then drove home, with Kyle ...
... and even gave an extra dollar to the waiter, because he asked for it... We left and looked round a souvenir shop the other side of the road. A man followed us round and kept wanting us to buy things. Ryan bought a big Cuban cigar for his dad and I got roped in to buying my dad a leather belt. I got mine down from $35 to $20. We walked round a bit and found a McDonald's where I bought a Hershey's cookies and cream mcflurry. Amazing. We walked in and found a ...
... back trunk the whole day on Mexico's bumpy roads and I can't believe Antonio could still sleep through this he was even snoring. Some how their voices sound real familiar and the way their hair looked like when we were looking at them also looks familiar making me wonder who it was. I'm never going to Tijuana ever ...