Residence Inn San Diego Oceanside
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Like many towns in California Thursday is market day.
Here in Oceanside they have a farmers market in the morning where they sell primarily produce.
As you can see lots of fresh stuff to tempt.
Strawberries are ...
... the beach with Dusty and Brooke and we all slept in our vans, Steph joined us in the back of Big Poppa and we all fitted no worries. In the morning we had a dip, pretty cold but so refreshing. Dusty and I had a jam on the guitars. As we sat there an old lady came up and chatted, she then told us of how she also plays and writes children's songs, so she had a strum and sang with us teaching us the lyrics as she went. She was meeting a group for their ...
... that our meanderings will take us to some other places before we meet our good friends, Grace and John in Budapest, Hungary, before flying home through London.
Sounds like a lot to cover in six weeks, but keep in mind most of these countries are the size of Connecticut or maybe West Virginia.
We invite you to follow our travels and learn about these relatively new countries, the people, the sites, the food and the wine. ...
... I get to the airport in Germany and fly over to Budapest, since they only allow 44 pounds.
Random fact of the day: A year ago today I was in Italy, and a year ago on the dot of the date I leave (May 30) I was in Europe: marking my 2nd trip to Europe in the span of one year.
Never thought I'd ever be able to say that.
Back to packing.
... and learn more about all things Aussie. It actually shames me that I forgot his Mexican name. I have a lot of footage of our encounter that I urn to view soon. Well, as soon as I can access a computer. His sentiments were very touching. Far too kind. I have learnt a lot from him. And will endeavor to open my heart to strangers more.
He left, and I had the best most healthiest lunch I'd ate in weeks. Afterwards. I left ...