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... one......."what's this....Tigers...oh, they haven't got any". However, my highlight of the day was when queuing to see the giant pandas, a big group of Japanese people starting walking through the queue to go to the front. No one said a word....until I stepped forward and said "excuse me, do you have special tickets that let you go straight to the front of the queue". They didn't, but neither did they speak any English, nor appear to understand any. I tried ...
... our first RV campground, the Chula Vista RV Resort, around 5pm.
After a quick registration we drove along to our 'Ocean View' site (#40). To our horror, the site was already occupied! Bloody good start! So we immediately circled back to reception, noting, with a growing sense of foreboding, that the park was completely full. Thankfully, the receptionist managed to find us another site (#53) which was vacant ...
Today we travelled to Newport Beach to play Back Bay rugby club. The boys that play for this club come from 12 other high schools in this area of LA. They also had 3 All-Americans so we prepared for this as the strongest game on tour. While the two and a half hour bus ride was not the best preparation, the coaches saw the chance to use this to work on the boys' mental game. Control the controllables was the call. We ...
... the camping area. We ended up having to put the slide out in because the wind was blowing so hard. The canopy that covers this section flaps way too hard when the wind comes from a certain direction. We hunkered down for the evening and watched a couple of Arnold Schwarzenegger movies, Total Recall and Collateral Damage. It was a restless night with the I-8 traffic and the wind howling.
February 28. The winds calmed down a little this morning ...
... t see much nature anymore. We come to the famous Santa Monica Pier, and it's mobbed. We feel obligated to stop nonetheless. We walk the pier, and watch the people.....and it was actually fun! We watched the sun go down, and walked a bit more. Then we started south.
It's dark at this point but unlike our previous travels after dark, we can tell what our surroundings look like. The guide book said that ...