Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Its Raining Cats and Dogs In California

It is important that you recognize your progress and take pride in your accomplishments. Share your achievements with others. Brag a little. The recognition and support of those around you is nurturing.”
Rosemarie Rossetti

The weather here in California is in havoc, storm of the decade as reported in the news. Heavy rains and cold all over and snowfalls in central Sierra. In San Diego, it's drizzling all day long and according to the weather forecast, another cold front is expected to sweep from Alaska into California this Wednesday. I am keeping my fingers crossed in the hope that the airports/flights will not be affected.

We took slightly more than two hours to get back into US from Tijuana, Mexico. The operator of the shuttle van has special arrangements at the US border crossing to allow to patients to pass through much faster. Normally, it would take at least four hours to cross the border for vehicles that uses the normal lanes. The baggage checking and passport control is much easier for us under this arrangement. We was informed that we cannot take any fruits (banana is an exception) into US. It reminds me of the Causeway border crossing from Malaysia into Singapore and vice versa during peak hours.

I will be making a short post today and may not have Internet access while travelling.

1 comment:

  1. I hope your travel goes smoothly and that you arrive home safely and feeling well.

    It's been hard adjusting to the very cold weather in the Pacific Northwest after spending two weeks in Mexico.