Motel 6 San Ysidro
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... more damage done.
After stocking up with the essentials (food) headed off to PJ's and Marinas to spend a night in a perfect location, the street outside of their house, with a fantastic view over the park. PJ is the son of two very good Canadian friends of ours, Pam and Pete, who we first met in Sydney soon after arriving in Australia over 40 years ago. Pam and I went through pregnancy together and PJ and Kirsty ...
- Toothb rush
- Dental Floss
- Rain Cover for ...
... walked around for a bit, trying to look for a place for a nightcap. However, we couldn't find anything to our taste, and decided to make our way back to the hotel and pass out.
We started the next day rather early, because we both were extremely excited to visit the San Diego Zoo and wanted to make the most of it. The second hotel offered breakfast in their top floor, so we used this as an opportunity to see San Diego from a vantage ...
... people, but again I was surprised. I'd been painted this picture that TJ was a massive tourist city... I would say that's very far from the truth, but I'm glad for that! Getting back into the USA the border guards were just so gosh darned nice.. FALSE. Because you don't get a stamp when you enter TJ they have no clue how long you've been there.. and they almost seemed a bit skeptical I'd only been there a day, my US visa doesn't actually expire until October and ...
... boarded my plane and, to continue the string of coincidences that followed us all around Canada, the movies i watched during the flight were "Bon cop bad cop", an english/quebecois movie that was recommended to us by our first couchsurfing host and was indeed hilarious. And the other one was Eat Pray Love... When I was on the plane leaving London, crying as I realised it was the end of my life in London, the end of an era, a whole page turning, ...