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... in their care. Jacqui and Phil are keen hikers who have completed many of the world's great hiking trails, including the arduous John Muir Trail in California's Sierra Nevada mountain range last year. They are passionate about the environment and incredibly knowledgeable and they were our highly informative tour guides as we explored San Diego and its surrounds together.
We drove north up the coast towards Los Angeles ...
... to be in the sand and mud when it poured. We had a short 130 miles to drive today. As we headed west, the clouds started getting dark and by the time we reached the mountain passes that climb over 3,500 feet, the rains started coming down heavily. Closer to San Diego the weather started getting nicer with temps in the 70's.. We pulled into our RV spot at Mission Bay RV resort in the early afternoon, set up and had a wonderful visit from our son, Beau. We'll be here for about two months, so stay ...
... among other things. Our hotel back in early times was used as a manor house but Wow what a place, this place is spectacular inside, with narrow halls that you can get lost in and courtyards everywhere. Our room is wonderful, king size bed and nicely furnished. The hotel is in the heart of the city so we can walk everywhere we want to go. We put our few things away quickly so we could go exploring. We walked along the narrow one way streets with all the different styles, it's ...
... we can’t see a speck of land – all we can see is the white caps from our first floor window) just north of Los Angeles. Having traveled some 1059 nautical miles from Vancouver we are anxious to make land tomorrow so that we can tour downtown San Diego and pick up a few supplies presently not available on board. Traveling under our Canadian passports we will need to clear U.S. Customs in the morning before being allowed to disembark at 08:00 a.m.
... penguins and Beluga whales ( these were not in the shows and kept their dignity.... controversial...).
However, the dolphin show was brilliant, as was the Shamu killer whale show; the audience gets a real soaking in the front rows.
As well as the shows and rides there were lots of different species in aquariums to interact with. These included; sting rays, manta ...