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... later. As you would expect, the temperature is very high. Mostly over 100 everyday. The weather channel was full of talk about the storms about to come through. They often exaggerate, but not this time. After a night out at the local bars, was woken up in the morning by thunder and lightning. Huge amounts of rain that caused flash floods all over the place. Even downtown Palm Springs got flooded. Lots of road closures etc, so ...
... br> We are looking forward to moving into our condo tomorrow, Saturday, I might not get a chance to blog tomorrow as we have to check out of this motel and go pick up some food supplies.
Sorry we cant send you some of this nice weather!
Thanks for all the comments
John and ...
... and picked up his squashed goat, water and his money our tour guide paid him as we apologised. No goat curry for dinner for us that night though! That night we slept up a huge rock cliff under the stars, having a drink beside the fire and watching the stars, incredible stars I had missed living in a big city. Waking up to an incredible sunset, and getting back onto the truck to go further into the desert, before getting out on the coast. We had a quick visit to a ...
... too exactly how you wanted it while they brought out the salads and sides. The steaks were huge and really hit the spot. Overall the restaurant was fun and pretty different to most restaurants.
Tuesday morning we made our own pancakes for breakfast. The batter was supplied by the hostel and Kev was the chef. They were delicious! After breakfast we headed off to the famous San Diego zoo. It was a really cold day but nice to be walking around outdoors. We saw ...
... so we aren't complaining.
We've been keeping an eye on our flights back home to Sydney from Los Angeles and, surprise surprise, the availability of seats is looking dubious already. We have decided to cancel our extra day here in the USA, when we had planned to visit Santa Barbara, and fly to Japan instead. It's definitely the long way around, but it least it will be much less stressful.
I was still feeling a bit queasy today so we took it easier and moseyed down to ...