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... amazing to be able to be close enough to come back for a visit easily. This morning Talia is outside for one more play with her Papa and Jess has headed to the dr. for her six weeks post partum and Chloe lies beside me on the couch. It has been so great to easily just come lend a hand for a few days again and give Jess and Brent a little break.
In Yuma we managed to connect with a cousin and her husband who have been coming down ...
"After my brief exposure to American coach travel I'm happy to be in an airport again, starting this blog whilst waiting for flight number 8 to take me to Austin." That was how I began last Thursday and, well, have written very little since. The reason I'm cracking on now, despite no further inspiration or motivation having come, is that the longer I wait the less likely I am to remember all the fun things that I've done this week. So here goes.
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... the whole park fully, and see every animal. Especially considering that animals sometimes take a while to come out of their caves and become visible. We must have walked about 7 miles overall, if not more. So be prepared to an extensive day of walking, bumping into people, dealing with screaming kids everywhere, and being patient to take a good shot of an animal.
Around 5 pm we decided to start making our way back, making it back to ...
... Angeles where we caught the Coaster train down to San Diego. Now up till now every transfer and taxi had to be planned before hand to make sure we wern't left stranded but this time our transfer service of Neven and Dushanka were waiting for us and for once we didn't have to stress about getting lost in a foreign city. That night even dinner plans were taken care of as we were treated to a feast at Elaine and Branco's house. ...
... t. Four years on the road and this is the first incident we've experienced! When we reported the loss at the office they were quite defensive and said the management no longer maintained the security cameras but they hadn't had any losses reported for several months! I wish they had mentioned this before we had departed! Later we discovered that our fellow Escapee who left her Class C motor home in the park ...
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