San Diego

After spending two days getting a bike box, gaffer tape and Chinese bags. I finally did a bit of sight seeing and went to the Cabrillo National Monument on a bike ride organised by the hostel.

Views from the National Park

San Diego’s dog Beach 🏖

Sunshine everyday in San Diego.

The hostel that I stayed in was really sociable.

Bill and Fritz met at the hostel and are now travelling down the Baja peninsula. Bill arrived and was at a loose end and didn’t have to fly out of the US until 10th Jan and Fritz was looking for a travel companion. I’m so jealous, it’s the the spontaneity that I’m jealous of, but I definitely wish them well. Fritz’s van is a bespoke camper van, he’s from Austria and had it shipped over from Austria to the East Coast of Canada. He then drove it across to Vancouver and then drove down to San Diego and visited quite a few National parks on the way.

Bill is from Scotland and flew into San Francisco with bicycle, he cycled down to San Diego with the intention of hiring a car and possibly going to the National parks but decided to give Mexico a go for a while.

By Susan Doram

I am passionate about cycling and enjoy encouraging others to ride their bicycles. I am a cycle coach and founder member and chair for Leicester Women's Velo and Founder member and club secretary for Ride on Sistas. I love to encourage others to get active. I am an award wining personal trainer and one of Cycling UK's 100 Women in Cycling 2019. I've been on numerous cycle tours and have encouraged others to join me. Part of my cycle touring experience has included cycling around the world for just over 2 1/2 years.

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