Hotel Real del Rio Tijuana
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... a lot of South America, I was pretty used to the language, culture, and the way the houses were stacked on top of each other!
Wheras San Diego is quite spread apart, Tijuana is pretty over populated as a lot of Mexicans move over there to then cross the border and work in the US as the wage is higher. That was my first initial impression, but there were quite a lot of interesting and/or cultural observations I made during my time in TJ.
... but other things kinda got in the way (i'll explain) so it never happened... I'd have totally (not) bossed it though!
Soooo, things I did... went along the coast for a deeeecent walk, bought some McChickens ($1 here - actually cheaper to eat than the supermarket - no wonder Americans are fat!), went to a Weiner BBQ on the beach, visited some thrift stores, and the reason I missed going surfing - bought a Macbook!
It had been something on my mind for a few weeks. I ...
We woke up in Riverside, and went for a run around the local college campus which included fields of orange trees and other crops. Apparently, UC Riverside offers a large agricultural curriculum. We packed up the car, went to Coco's for breakfast, and were soon underway to San Diego!
Arriving before noon and assuming we'd be too early to check in to the Del Mar Motel, we instead took Jim Koontz up on his offer to come to his house first, wash a load of ...
It's official we decided it was time to head back home. So, we said goodbye to my aunt and thank her for everything she have provided us with and let us used her for the home to sleep in for free and left the house. Then we hopped into the car and went straight to a gas station so we won't have to worry about empty gas on the way back home. Once we were ...
What an amazing journey we had. From day one we were relaxed and no jet lag going or returning home. We survived without a cell phone, limited internet (just enough to keep you posted with our blogs) and no GPS. We were never really lost, just taking detours. We learned key words in French, we learned to slow down and enjoy meals. ...