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... of employment!
Things I did then... Ate tacos, went to some coffee shops, visited the beach and the fence border by the sea (which I still think would be pretty easy to swim round if you grabbed yerself a snorkel), had a few Spanish lessons with Crystal, went to a pool bar with some creepy old men, and then had a very interesting last night in town...
It's always during the quiet nights where things turn messy, but in defence I actually tried to ...
and I second that. When I moved to California my first residence was San Diego. But I digress.
After leaving Flagstaff we strayed from Route 66. I would say to really see all that Route 66 has to offer, at least four weeks should be allowed. That is, if you are going to do the entire route from downtown Chicago ...
... but once I put gas in car and Chong came back from paying for gas, we both got knocked out by an old friend of Chong and got put in the back of the trunk. Then he turned on the car and drove off while we seen nothing but the darkness of the trunk being closed and us being locked inside. We tried to to count seconds of how long he took to make a ...
... great pictures and mess around with my camera settings for a while, which was fun. In the evening we drove to what they call the 'gaslamp' quarter for dinner and drinks. Garrett knew a girl who lives down in San Diego through a mutual friend, he had never met her before but they were cyber buddies so I told him to see if she was around and wanted to meet up. I think it's always fun to meet a local and get to hear about the best places ...
... a few
supplies. I love Walmart. It’s full of the strangest people, have to
get some lollies for Floss to welcome her and a bottle of wine for Nicky,
unfortunately I can’t find the lollies that Floss likes and end up getting
gummy thingies, hope she likes them?
Back at the hotel, I have dinner
and a swim then head to bed as I have to be up early to get to the airport to
meet the girls.