Travelodge El Cajon
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... is the catapult for them to become depressed, sad, withdraw and attitudes change.
All crew are supposed to speak English to each other above deck. Key word “supposed to”. Remember this is the United Nations at sea and many stick with their nationality, not allowing any chance of a newbie in. Who is going to snitch on department heads that are lifers when they talk among themselves in their own languages? In many cases, this leaves ...
... talking to her before the trip even started I knew she would be awesome! One thing I love about Coady is that she can make anyone laugh just by being her honest self. This morning started out a little bit different than most mornings. In addition to waking up to the sound of too many alarms & Thermarests, we also heard Soucy cry out "5:30am Dance Partyy!" as "Come On Eileen" was cued up on the speakers. Being one of my favorite songs, I ...
Hola. So the weekend was alright. Friday night shawn n I met up with Zachary and some of his buddies in PB. It was alright night. Saturday day was good. Zach came and picked me up round lunchtime and we went and surfed scrips all day. Shawn, gnarly and Brian were there too so we had a good crew. Surfed for about 4 hours so decent surf. Saturday night I had sherif duty at the hostel from 1030pm till 130am. I drank a bit of sangria before starting, put my ...
... mile.... Poor Harvey the RV, headwind and hill and then the rain came and nearer the summits such poor visibility and a crosswind... Denis's suggestion to lean to my left didn't inspire confidence that we should continue and not just pull over but continue we did and the rain and wind were pretty much with us the whole way into El Cajon. The next day Denis had a headache and he suggested it was fro the tense drive.
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... At the El Fornaio restaurant on the island we met another guest with our dinner party. It was "Andrew", a young man we met several years ago when Beth first moved to SD. After a fine dining experience, Andrew drove us back to the mainland to retrieve our vehicle for our drive home.
What a great day and evening. Thank you Beth!