Saturday, June 12, 2010

roady trip.

I'm a vagabond. I think thats safe to say, ya? And because of my vagabond-ness, as I would call it, I take random trips. Like this past Sunday when my friend Willy and I picked up and rolled on over to Cal for less than 72 hours to go to Six Flags and live the dream. Such an epic trip. 

Six Flags - woooo weee. We got there right before they opened and I was horrified when I tried to bring my bag of pretzels into the park and the guy checking my backpack said NO!! And when I embarrassingly asked if I could eat some before he made me throw them away, he bluntly said "um no, unless you want to go outside the park to eat them" and then proceeded to chuck them into the trash. What a jerk. Once in the park, we decided to go to the greatest ride first: X2. OH MY GOSH. Best decision ever. 1. Because it was soooooo awesome. 2. as we left the ride the line was soooooo long. Pah. Suckas!! 

Since I didn't take any pictures this time around...I will have to refer back to my first Six Flags trip ever for a reminder of the aftermaths of X2:

hahahah this type of reaction is a good thing...I promise!

After X2, no rides could compare. BUT they were still awesome - mainly because there were pretty much no lines. We got chocolate covered frozen bananas...OH MY GOSH. Best invention ever. Sadly we made a poor decision to go on Deja Vu. If any of you go to Six Flags, steer clear of this ride. The 3 roller coasters we went on after Deja Vu were horrible because Deja Vu ruined us and then we ended up bailing on Six Flags by 4:00. HA. But still, very successful day. Unfortunately, I didn't take a single picture as Six Flags. I know, soooo not like me. 

I took about 12 pictures the whole trip...I'll use a couple of them to explain the rest of the time in Cali...

We rode our bikes around Balboa Beach and took the sketchy little ferry to Balboa Island!

Our sweet cruisers - guess which ones mine?! 

This is the epitome of "beach cruising".

I can't get enough of California. And bike riding. And Willy made me fall in love with Latino music this trip. I mean we all know my desire to be Latina and speak Spanish, but I may or may not even be listening to some Latina music right now as I write this blog...ha

Oh how I love road trips...and i am anxiously awaiting my next vacation - only 17 more days! :)


  1. awesome! I miss CA being so close and random late night trips!

    WHY did Deja Vu ruin you??? I've never been on it.

  2. i love the pic of willy holding a wind catcher. it really is the epitome of beach cruising. your cute love you sara