Hotel Pueblo Amigo Plaza & Casino
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... that it was the jail, and he usually wouldn't pick anyone up from that area! So we got lucky with that I guess!
We lined up for the border crossing back to the US and realised we didn't get a sticker for the guitar case while we were there!
It wasn't a long wait in line, as it was already around 11pm, so it was an easy run back into the US.
We waited for the next tram back to San Diego and went back to the city, then walked to the hotel for a quick shower before ...
Downtown Tijuana has the mandatory souvenir stores, bars and restaurants. Again, I didn't see it in the evening to say much more about it ... I will have to go.
I arrived to Santa Cecilia after taking photos of the monument which is actually pretty cool and this is were it got interesting for me.
Santa Cecilia is like the famous Garibaldi in Mexico City. This is were you can hire your duos, trios or full scale ...
... for Ensenada to pick up kev. We got down there mid morning, packed the trailer and then headed out to pick up some last minute supplies and some tacos. We also bought fishing licenses, valid for a year so guess I've got some fishing to do for next year. Apparently kevs a pretty good surfer, gets free von zipper and billabong gear, pretty cool. He gets the gear then sells it off making bit of money. Unfortunately the past ...
... Although I will miss the sunshine!
Future plans extend as far as spending some more time there before seeing where the world takes me. Claud and my panniers will accompany me back so who knows what's in store. But for now Canada, Toronto and whatever may be next......
The final thank you's go to John, Susan, Baci, Shadow and Cara for the tlc.
Fellow cyclists Dave and Tracey, Andrea and Mattheas, Richard, Eric, Johan, Gerry, Tom and Emma. Camp hosts ...
... baseball rather than watch the whole game as we had an early start the next day. We saw 6 (out of 9) innings and only 1 point was scored. I hadn't realised how difficult it was for the batters to actually hit the ball; in the 2 hours we were there the scoreboard showed only 9 hits. At one point the ball came very close to us and everyone was hoping it would come over the fence.