Hotel Principado Tijuana
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... properly consider the other possible timelines. Just one or two things differently, and we both could easily be somewhere else. What about the choices both my parents had to make to end up together? And my ancestors before them?! Thousands and thousands of decisions and chance occurrences ending in procreation and a very unique set of DNA. And this man, no longer a stranger - even though I never learned his name, - pointed it out to me.
... dudes, who liked to talk about surfing... and surfing.... and surfing.
I've never actually been surfing before. Here did seem like a good place to start, but esentially I needed to find some other beginners to go out with, and partially save me from looking too much of a muppet. Anyone that knows ,e, or if you've read enough of these blogs will realise I can be quite stubborn and competitive, therefore I don't really like taking part in things i'm pretty **** at. ...
... and people watching, we drove down the coast in the morning, took the scenic route and got out and walked at Jolla- as advised by some strange bloke at dodgy motel this morning.
We have lunch at a very trendy bar with a real giant wave machine, where you watch people trying to surf it. It's a very refreshing temperature here - one that you can sit in and breathe in and ...
... and the differences from Mexico and USA. So after a long six hours of walking around and messing around it was 2pm and bought some tacos at a stand and seen a stadium of Bull Fighting and bought 2 tickets of corse and headed inside, it was amazing and risky since me and Chong almost fell in the ring and was about to get hit by the bulls. But it was a good four hour performances so after we left ...
... wife at home for a 3 week holiday! (whose husband does that and gets away with it!) and of course how could i forget our live artist Brando... who paints baseball caps for a living! What a legend!!!
So, all in all, as you can imagine quite a colorful crowd at HI Point Loma! We shared Smores (chocolate and marsh mellow in wafer) by the bonfire that night and talked about Afternoon tea!
The next day was spent at the beach and we even found a farmers ...