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... diner, and walked to the beach. Very nice little town. Which it could be seen it used to be a 'sleeper town' which had just been awoken over the last half decade or so.
After a nice scouting, I returned to the highway ( 2:00pm ish ) to hitchhike my way too San Diego.
My back was killing me !!! My pack had grown exponentially over the last week.
Anyways. Off to San Diego I hoped! Better luck than last ...
With San Diego Zoo still on our itinerary, we decided to take it easy today so we'd be well-rested for our adventure through the massive zoo tomorrow. Phoebe and Blake especially needed some time to recuperate from yesterday's exploits. And what better way to recover than to take some time to relax on some SoCal beaches? We decided to head for La Jolla, just to the north of Mission Beach, and once Rach and Robert corrected my pronunciation, we were on our way. (Yeah, you'd ...
... we just could not get enough! Mike told us that the Sunset Market was not something to miss. So we invited Billy, Lydia and Brian to go with us. We walked around downtown for a couple hours looking at cool art and eating yummy food.
These are the two coolest things we feel are worth sharing:
Salty Sisters is a candy company that has amazing toffee and scrumptious chocolate and salt combinations. The owner recently quit her job with the local ...
... for a big night by 6:30. Somehow we managed to get away by this time and picked up a friend of Susan'son our way to Pacific Beach. We made it to our destination only to be asked for ID, and passport ID was required, which of course we hadn't brought with us! We all had dinner together and then Wayne and I went back to Encinitas while Susan and co enjoyed their night out. I guess we should be flattered to be considered less than 30 (the age that people are ID'd up ...
... s warming up a treat ... it's been sweaty work on our cruisers!
Next is a very short ride around the courner and we have located the Mission San Luis Rey de Francia, one of the Alta California missions ... we find a friendly lady to leave the bikes with, whilst we wander around and eat our lunch. Sarah stretches out in the sun whilst I explore the grounds ... it's just all old stuff around here ... oh and a few geckos.
Back on the trail ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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