Travel Blogs from Tijuana
... still in the car, Chong talked him out of it and helped him with his problems verbally. So, once he released us from the trunk it was already getting dark which we were at the plaza of Tijuana and just continued talking while watching the beautiful sunset and let out all of our problems and we all slept in the car while Chong friend thanked us and apologized for what he have done and called one of his friends to pick him up and ...
... and off I
go, its only about half an hour away, and when I arrive there is a red 66 or 67
parked out the front for sale, what a honey of a car! Find the car radio that I am after and have a
chat with the guy, who, funnily enough, is not talkative at all and I just get
one word answers, oh well can’t win them all.
I find the first of the outlet
stores situated in a place called Brea, it’s very upmarket and very ...
After walking around the streets for about an hour, we headed back towards the border, but stopped to have some dirty street food. Anyone who is anyone has to eat street food in Central and South America. It looks as though it is either gonna make you sick or come straight out the other end, but in fact it is some of the tastiest food that I have ever eaten, and so cheap. We sat down and had the best taco's and to wash it down, a nice ice ...
... the way back to the
pier so we went down to the bar and ordered a nice Californian Savignon Blanc.
We went back into the Gaslamp District to have lunch and do a bit of shopping
then headed to Old Town San Diego, which is very close to the Mexican border
and has a very Mexican feel to it - Mexican shops, restaurants etc, we had
tortillas and margaritas and explored ...
... of Tijuana, the best place to start is the Centro Cultural Tijuana (Tijuana Cultural Center). You can easily spot the ultramodern complex, designed by irrepressible modern architect Pedro Ramírez Vásquez, by its centerpiece gigantic sand-colored dome. The center also holds the Museo de las Californias (Museum of the Californias), with exhibits that trace the history of the Californias, dating back to prehistoric times. While you are there, stop to admire ...