Hyatt Regency Newport Beach
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... nod our heads when talking to someone to convey understanding... in India, they do a side to side (ear to shoulder) head bob instead.
Horns honking everywhere, all the time - even encouraged by the signage on the back of trucks with a "horn please" or "blow horn". If you like quiet, India may not be the place for you.
There is traffic. Crazy, fill up all the pavement with vehicles, no space to spare traffic. All the time. In much ...
... 51 minute bottom time. Another great dive with 100 ft + visibility we saw a few exceptionally cool things on this dive, Saw a moray eel tucked in the coral and another swimming around. Also saw 3 Manta Rays and watched them swimming around us for some time; these creature are so graceful and beautiful in the water! After diving walked to town for dinner, started at Caramba and ordered a salty dog which was great. Then I asked the ...
... we needed. We could sit. They had food. They had drinks. They had a kid's menu. That's how easy it is to wow us in the food stakes right now. Having said that, we feel like they heard the Spalding's were in town and they got on their A game. As we started our meal what artist should start playing but Gloria Estefan. We think it was Gloria but it may possibly have been The Miami Sound Machine featuring Gloria Estefan. Most people don't know this but Evan has ...
Today my cousin, Gabi, took me to Huntington Beach to see the U.S Surfing Open. It is a week long surfing competition held annually during the summer. The U.S Open is part of the qualification for the World Tour and is a prime event, being the largest surfing competition in the world. We were able to walk along the pier to watch some of the competition (not that I really ...
... was much smoother than at AT&T Park. I was offered a $10 upper deck seat as I stood in line to buy one. I took him up on it only to later learn it was in middle of hundreds (if not thousands) of Girl Scouts being recognized at the game. I lasted 3 innings in that spot before the cotton candy fueled energy became too much to take (the high pitched screams also drove me away). So I moved behind home plate to a much more ...