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Oceanside Pier And In N Out


In the evening we walked around the Oceanside town.  It was quite quiet on a weekday, not the most happening place in this area near the beach.  We walked along the Oceanside's pier which is one of the longest over water-pier on the west coast of United States.  I googled, it was about 1954 feet long, stretching it out to the sea.  I think daytime would be a better view of the sea, for me, at least.... I stared out to the sea during the dark and it was kind of frightening, with nothing at both sides.

My brother-in-law did not walk along the whole pier, three of us ladies did... and we stumbled along a drunkard lady who was kind of "harassing" us with questions.  We just walked on and she followed suit... we just ignored her and carried on taking pictures and she stood waiting for us.  

Quickly we walked back to where my brother-in-law was waiting for us and we told him.  Soon the lady came back and as soon as she saw us with him, she came over and talked to him, crackling all the way.  I think she must be "high" cos no one understood what she was talking about... Anyway, we just let her be and after awhile, we made our move back to our car.  This time she didn't follow us... Well, nothing happened, just a kind of experience, never walk alone at night, just like in the movies.... LOL... 
In the night... going to the pier....
At the entrance....
Still at the beginning....
Looking down from the pier....
From the sea angle....
We walked until the blue building which hosts a restaurant....
On both sides are sea water.... 
I am standing in the middle of the sea.....

The next morning we checked out and had our meal at IN n OUT....
This is the only place where I could finish one whole burger by myself!
It says..."Come on, eat me... eat me"
Thumbs up for In N Out....


  1. The pier looks fine, much nicer than the Lovers' Bridge at Tanjung Sepat!

  2. OH, In N Out is supposed to be the BEST place for burgers! I wish we had one here. Og my, I am glad that crazy lady did not have some kind of weapon. Probably she was high on drugs.

  3. Great looking place. Glad you are enjoying yourselves.

  4. Luckily the lady didn't harm any of you.

  5. Hope the lady was alright, sure not safe for her to be by herself.

    Lovely shot of the pier. Must be beautiful and serene at night.

  6. The serving of French fries is huge!

  7. I wonder did my previous comment posted or not. Anyway, just want to comment that it is a beautiful shot. The pier must be lovely, quiet and serene at night. And geez, why that drunk lady had no one with her. Pretty dangerous for her to be alone.


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