Words you don’t want to hear checking in to the first flight of your mega-trip.
These uttered from the lips of an American Eagle (airline not clothing line) attendant at the check in counter in San Diego, “Unless we have proof that you’ll be leaving New Zealand you won’t be able to board the flight” she stated once again.
Crap! We had glossed over the New Zealand visa requirements after seeing at US citizens have an
In my experience, when I discuss a city with someone there are typically positives and negatives aspects that arise.
New York has so much to do but it’s too crowded.
San Francisco has such great cuisine but it’s just too expensive.
Rome has gorgeous sights but it’s kind of dirty.
Barcelona is amazing but there’s a ton of pickpockets.
You get the gist.
San Diego is an exception to that rule.
I have quite literally never
Both of our wonderful San Diego hosts informed us early on about an interesting phenomenon; applauding sunsets.
They insisted that these west coast sunsets were so good that people actually started clapping when they were done.
Sounded silly at first – but by once the sun dipped below the horizon both Jenna and I found ourselves joining in.
Check it out.
And last but certainly not least…