La Quinta Inn San Diego Scripps Poway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... planted the sand and got belting on the shoulder by my kayak :( ouchies!! Sheepishly headed back to the shop soaking wet with a mouthful of sand and salt water, worth it though, it was an amazing experience!! Went to the shop next door to get a hairbrush (you'd think I'd have learnt to bring mine out with me by now but no!!) and guess what we found.... STRONGBOW!!! So there's me dripping wet buying a six pack of Strongbow at 10.30am!!! Got myself changed (and my salty ...
... of meals and to see parts of San Diego. Meanwhile, I slept. Sinclair visited as well, and I do not really remember that either. And our friend Alicia, who we stayed with all the way back at the beginning of the trip in Raleigh and Wilmington was in town for business so she stopped in to see me as well. Sadly I do not remember that either! But I do know I was glad to have visitors and not be alone, even if I was in and out of it the entire time.
So there went ...
... Carrier ship. The ship is just gigantic. With tunnels and tunnels inside and all the fighter jets and helicopters on the top deck there was so much to see we couldn't see all of it.
At midday we went to a meeting point and got picked up by a bus as we had organised a day trip to go and see Tijuana in Mexico. There was only another 10 people on the bus. A few years ago there used to be hundreds of tour busses that would take ...
... Mexican Riviera cruise. Our tour today included the city and the jungle. Our guide said that Puerto Vallarta became a popular destination after 'The Night of the Iguana’ was filmed there. Apparently Ric*********** and Elizabeth Taylor started their affair here and the resulting publicity put Puerto Vallarta on the map. In the city we walked along the boardwalk, our guide explaining the significance of the various sculptures while Greg and I watched the surf and the miles and ...
... When they arrived we were stunned. Each plate was easily big enough for two! Not only were the plates huge but the food was outstanding.
After two more days of mad preparation it was time to begin the final US based events before the actual sail into Mexico. Sunday morning Jim Ric******* and Brian Story flew in to San Diego. They foolishly signed up to be our crew on this adventure! They are both good friends from Seattle. The big ...