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Day 10. I’ve noticed more of the little things while being back in civilization…like how much I enjoy a real shower, a clean toilet, washer and dryer, and a refrigerator. It definitely makes me appreciate these things more and not take them for granted.
Today Laura had class until 3pm so I was on my own to go exploring. I started off with checking out Torrey Pines hiking trails to get me out of the city and into a pair of hiking boots. ...
... as the Giant Dipper Roller-coaster, Beach Blaster, Control Freak and Octotron. These rides provide a higher excitement and thrill and would be better suited for teenagers and older people because of their intensity. Overall Belmont Amusement Park provides rides for all ages with many different price passes that are affordable for students.
The Amusement Park was good fun but shortly after we moved on to the Flow ...
... cost 9 Billion)
... and several lists later my bags are packed. Traveling light is not exactly my strong suit but I did my best. I'd rather carry a few extra pounds than be wishing for something back in the states.
While I'm gone I'll have email, facebook, and skype (sans video) so feel free to contact me on here or there. Internet is not guaranteed daily and I have a busy schedule so it may take me a few days to reply.
Thank you everybody for your support and prayers. Off I go!
I got a good nights sleep last night and woke up refreshed. We took my bike to a local shop for new chain, sprockets, oil change and general checkup this morning. Kevin and I took an excursion through the San Diego Zoo and Balboa park today.