La Villa de Zaragoza
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... and the kids knew quite a few of the other families on the trip.
After landing in San Diego, we waited for two coaches to come take us to Tijuana.
Crossing the Mexican border was interesting. We all had to fill out a visa form and then get off the bus, talk to a guard who stamped our passports and then pass through an X-ray machine.
After a relatively short drive past the border, we arrived at the Youth with a Mission (YWAM) ...
... for several years, having a Guru, reading books and making attempts at meditation ... this man, singing musica norteņa and wearing a sombrero spoke to me about: past lives, the third eye, energy, reincarnation, parallel time planes, spirituality, consciousness levels and many other things ... I was shocked!
He did use words that I was having a hard time to follow and he did use the Holly Spirit version of things but then the Book of Miracles does ...
... hardcore, we got bogged repeatedly and had to do circle after circle to get out of the sand. Ended up being pretty fun just very time consuming. Once out of the first bog we continued along the dune track until we got bogged again, this time deciding to leave the trailer snd continue just with the car. We reached a towering sand dune. We brought a surf board with us to surf down the dune. Because the hill was so bloody steep ...
Headed out of the City of Angels after enjoying another morning with great friend Mary Fran. The world needs more Mary Fran's, or at least we do. OK, next stop San Diego. The swallows have left San Luis Capistrano, so, no need to stop and pick up a feather. San Diego is on the horizon, right after that moth balled nuke at San Onofre, built in 1968 and decommissioned in 2012, that sucker looks dangerous.
We agree ...
We woke up a bit late again and did not get going until after 10:30. After fetching our car (we are parking on the street about 4 blocks from hotel to avoid the outrageous $30 per night parking charge and the 11 floor climb to the parking garage!) we headed to Tom Hams Lighthouse for a Sunday brunch. Tom Ham's was always a favorite of ours. It sits at the end of Harbor Island on the San Diego Harbor and has ...