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Bertha, who is originally from Mexico, had asked us what we would like to do while we are here. Karen responded with, 'eat authentic Mexican food'. So, after lunch today we drove to the border crossing near El Centro, and entered the town of Mexicali, Mexico. The traffic going and coming was very heavy at the border but surprisingly there were no Mexican border agents at all. The winds were really strong, blowing sand all over the place and we ...
We awoke to another sunny day in Chula Vista; I know boring weather. This was a travel day to El Centro, California which is only two hours away. After leaving San Diego we traveled over the Luguna Summit which is just under 4,100ft. Well you would not believe the rock and more rock. It looked like someone exploded a large bomb on top of the mountain and the rock just fell everywhere. We drove through the mountain passes and down the other side. The landscape changed drastically as we ...