La Mision Motel
Travel Blogs from Tijuana
... but once I put gas in car and Chong came back from paying for gas, we both got knocked out by an old friend of Chong and got put in the back of the trunk. Then he turned on the car and drove off while we seen nothing but the darkness of the trunk being closed and us being locked inside. We tried to to count seconds of how long he took to make a ...
... a few
supplies. I love Walmart. It’s full of the strangest people, have to
get some lollies for Floss to welcome her and a bottle of wine for Nicky,
unfortunately I can’t find the lollies that Floss likes and end up getting
gummy thingies, hope she likes them?
Back at the hotel, I have dinner
and a swim then head to bed as I have to be up early to get to the airport to
meet the girls.
... Neither myself or Pat had our phone's with us, and there was nothing we could do so we joined the end of the queue and waited. The sun has pretty hot and no shade to cover us. Ah well, at least I am topping up my tan without trying.
It took us over 2 hours to get through the line of people and border control. I shouted at a couple of old Mexican ladies as they were pushing their way through the queue. Just because they are old does not give ...
... tigers and all of the usual zoo animals. I hope one
day we can take the kids there, they would absolutely love it! After the zoo we
spent the afternoon at Mission Beach, shopping and relaxing on the beach then
went back to hotel for a very early night, I finally discovered jetlag when I
got to LA. So glad I hadn't experienced it before now :/ not fun!
... as well as manufactured and hand-crafted local curiosities. While still an entertaining town with an enjoyable atmosphere, locals and tourists alike would agree that it has lost its "anything goes" mentality which it had once acquired, a mindset that was dangerous to tourists, locals, and the tourism industry as a whole.
Next day later, I went to General Abelardo L Rodriguez International Airport for my flight to Merida in the Yucatan Peninsula (cost $6).