Days Inn Oceanside at the Coast
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Our house is about a ten minute walk from the Pier. It goes about 300 yards out into the ocean. On the pier one sees lots of tourists and locals, a few homeless people, fishermen, birds and at the very end a Ruby's diner.
A view from Ruby's diner at the far end of the Pier
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... to go. The film was really good and funny and when we had the windows rolled down we could hear children in other cars roaring and cheering during the movie, very cute and added to the atmosphere. Really pleased that we did it, as one of only two drive in movies left in San Diego, and not something you could ever do in England. It's been a long day so we're ready for our last sleep in San Diego ahead of a leisurely 120 mile drive to Palm Springs and the weather forecast ...
10 am. After getting to the onramp for the I5. I started hitching again. After 15 minutes and many cars going by, a trucker saw me, beeped and pulled over.
He said he wasn't heading to San Diego, but could take me to Ocean Side. He was a very nice man, who's family lives in TJ ( Tijuana ), however he gets more money working in US, and returns once a month to see his family, wife an three kids. He works as a flower ...
... yes. Turns out I just agreed on having my palm read.
What happened right there, on the sidewalk of Mahatma Gandhi Road, was quite spectacular to say the least. It was life changing. The purpose of this trip, where I am today and most importantly; what will happen when I turn 37 years old.... it just all came together. The meteor fell down and hit my head (everyone who knows me well, knows what that means). I walked away, high on life with ...