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So my first Comic Con is finally over and I have to say I'd give it a soft 8. I really feel that I hyped it up too much in my head and even though I knew all the downsides to it prior, it still fell short of my expectations. Even though I still had a great time, it still doesn't touch WonderCon 2014. But it was a learning experience and Im coming back even more prepared next year.
Im still ...
... catching up. It’s always awesome to see old friends and their favorite places. We also had a lot of questions about living in San Diego and it was good to get another perspective on it.
My energy level was not quite up to par yet but we pushed on the next day taking in Mission Beach, Pacific Beach, and Coronado Island. We walked along Mission Beach and Pacific Beach oogling the million dollar houses and people watching. We were there on a weekday so it ...
As we last left our intrepid travelers they had reentered the atmosphere and were preparing for their descent. With their fuel nearly spent and supplies desperately running low, they returned to their home base to recharge, before blasting off on another action packed adventure.
They were welcomed back by their countrymen with three sacred words. "Anything to declare?"
... saw with manatees in Clearwater, Florida when Cory lived on the right coast. The manatee touched me, not the other way around. Actually, the manatee smeared me with mud, a full body smear. A beluga is considerably more rubbery rather than leathery. And the big bulb on its head that is used for echo location is like jello, as it is filled with oil. It shakes like a bowl of jelly. Big thrill with the Beluga whale and a huge payback from having ...
... where we got a chance to feed them, the moment they see the fish in your hands they started barking so loud, it was almost like they were in pain! We watched the Sea Lion show which also featured a cute little Otter.
Over at the Stingray tank we got a chance to feed them, it's such a weird feeling because they suck on your hand and they take the fish. We got to pat them as they went past, they were so friendly! We made our way through to the arctic exhibit and visited the ...
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