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... to Phil Carroll, who came here many times to build houses. Phil was married to Jennifer Whidden, a family friend of the Pipella's.
When we arrived, there was a snack area set aside for us with a selection of cheese and crackers.
After the reception, we went for a short introduction and orientation session.
Dinner followed in the patio area of the compound. A wonderful Mexican buffet, including a taco stand and a churro cart.
... the end him and his partner performed for me and I was able to load the video to youtube:
I hope you enjoy watching them as much as I did recording.
After that crazy moment I went on walking and came across the Zebra Donkey that is an icon in Tijuana (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tijuana_Z ebra). I took the photo with the purpose of talking to the people using these donkeys. I did ask if they treated ...
... skilful Cirque del mar and rounded it off with the fun Pet Rules show featuring dogs, cats, birds, pigs, geese and even a couple of Wallabies! In between we watched adolphins being trained, sea otters, sharks, star fish, rays, tropical fish, seals, sea lions, frogs and penquins. It was a great day. On our return to La Jolla in the early evening the girls went swimming whilst Annick and I paid another visit to a Whole Foods Market to get food for dinner and lunch. The Whole ...
We decided to take a day tour to Tijuana Mexico against the advice of most people. When we got there we talked loudly and obnoxiously, scored some cocaine and got to fire a gun. Actually none of that happened; it was perfectly safe and we got drunk of margheritas. We ate street tacos, and didn't get diarrhoea. There was a lot of poverty, and unlike Cambodia, this poverty had more of an edge. So ...
... what Lego is about. Not a rollercoaster of nothing. After having such wonderful experiences of Universal Studios & the Disney Parks, today was a tad disappointing. The park was no where as clean as the others, and was really hard to find a Park Attendant. The kids said they stilled enjoyed it, which is the main thing. Just too bad the queues were so long. Never mind, we still have a lot of adventures ...