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Travel Blogs from El Cajon
... the host. When we got back to the youth center, we had the most efficient fire line for our bags, thanks to Ali killing it with taking everything out. Clean laundry then arrived (opps I was suppose to it with them) and we headed inside to get settled. Playing ping pong, foosball, & pool, we entertained ourselves and even had a wicked awesome dance party! Many people were pretty tired from the day and as people trickled in, more people ...
... find out where we were travelling from. They told us the clouds here do not mean anything except maybe fog. We told them if you saw that cloud back home, it meant rain in the next fifteen to thirty minutes. It really seems like everyone here is super friendly...well, I guess except for the guy at the park who wouldn't let us fish.
It was actually warm last night, which is kind of funny because one of the reasons we went to Walmart ...
... when they were finished we all went to check out what they had got with the "gun"-- turned out it was a Shrimp Gun and they had quite a few little shrimp that they were going to now go fishing with. They did say some eat the shrimp but they don't-- they just use them as bait. Always a good day when you learn something new. After lunch at the beach we went next door to a pool at the Bahia that has two harbour seals, Billy and Gracie, ...
... smaller sea-side towns are the best. They are un touched and beautiful. We wandered along the beach catching up and enjoying the sun, before driving round.. and round.. and round La Jolla to try and find the Seal Beach. Hundreds of Seals bathing in the sun shine right next to us, and protected nature area and lovely lovely walk.
Next on the tour was a drive up the coast line, and lunch at Pacific Coast Grill in Cardiff by the sea. Never did ...
... party-hearty undergrads to boozy conventioneers. San Diego is also a favorite for family vacations, what with kid-positive attractions like SeaWorld and the city’s world-famous zoo.
We took the tram from Tijuana to down town San Diego. We found our street number but didn't realise how long the actual street was so probably should of stayed on a few more stops. We dragged ourselves and our heaving ...
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