Villas Del Mar at Palmilla
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... tsunami which made my legs a little heavy. We are all going well but it is interesting to hear each other perceptions about each other, it would be fair to say that Mayberry we are not as relaxed as we think. It's all about compromise and giving space if possible. I am really looking forward to the Trolley Town tour tomorrow which kicks off at 8.30 so yes another early day.On Saturday we will be on the road from 4.30 am so it's going to be supper tough sleep ...
... it didn't matter to us. We made our way up to our seats. I had looked on line for the seats a few days before and it recommended seats in the higher tiers of the stadium. I was a little unsure just how true this would be, but it turned out to be right. They were probably the best seats. We could see everything that was going on. The atmosphere in the stand was electric. Everyone shouting something down to the players and referee. We joined in but ...
... hardcore, we got bogged repeatedly and had to do circle after circle to get out of the sand. Ended up being pretty fun just very time consuming. Once out of the first bog we continued along the dune track until we got bogged again, this time deciding to leave the trailer snd continue just with the car. We reached a towering sand dune. We brought a surf board with us to surf down the dune. Because the hill was so bloody steep ...
... and big water-drop in one, so that the boys could get it out of their systems. This took a while because they were having some difficulty with the ride, so they kept stopping it. Better that they fix the problem, but kind of annoying when you only have limited time.
There is a whole section devoted to the Arctic, where we had the option of taking either a simulator, or non-motion helicopter ride to get to the ‘base’. I thought this exhibit was really well ...
... Rita was very knowledgeable and I had no idea most of California, Arizona, Texas and New Mexico used to be all part of Mexico before the American's decided that they wanted it many years ago and before that, originally the Spanish were the ones who came over in missions to make settlements.
After this historical afternoon I headed out with the hostel for the Taco Tuesdays in an exceptionally large group. The tacos, as you may have thought for a dollar, ...