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... have been at least 12 smallish courses and with the Sommelier wine pairings it was a great meal, if not the cheapest!!!! We were the last to finish our meal and then we were given a tour of the kitchen and met the head chef and his team which was a nice touch even though I was rocking a bit by then! Off to bed and straight into a deep drunken sleep - well at least for me because Sarah slept in the bathroom apparently due to my snoring! Can you believe ...
... highway and found some matches so we could cook our breakfast, next to the sea while we waited for the fog to lift. We made our way to Monterey slowly, stopping at the famous McWay waterfall at Big Sur, then going to Pfeiffer beach which has purple sand, as well as normal coloured sand, and having a photo opportunity at bixby bridge before spending some time exploring point Lobos, a nature reserve with marine mammals and birds and more tide pooling.
The end of the tours marks the end of my time in the Monterey/Carmel area.
My next (and final stop), San Francisco. I hop into my little Fiat and start driving along the PCH again. For the next two hours I enjoy watching the sun slowly fall into the ocean, where I take a short detour to Half Moon Bay, to see it dip below for the rest of the night leaving behind a deep oranged-rouge behind in the sky.
A few hours later, I encounter ...
... més especial de l'aquari. Més de 30 tipus de medusses formen aquesta exposició especial que inclou espècies amb fils flourescents i fins i tot una molt perillosa que es diu "Gerrer Portuguès". Sabieu que també es pot trobar a la Mediterrànea.Com la majoria dels aquaris, tenen petites "piscines" interiors on es poden tocar alguns dels animals marins i plantes. Els cogombres de mar , estrelles, crancs, orelles de ...
... and once again baking in sea lion-fashion, we headed north to reserve our new campsite at Fernwood campground.
If trees were personified, the rainforests of latin america would be the chaotic and constantly buzzing youth, always in large packs for support. The redwood forests however, often alone or in small groups, are polar opposite, expressing endless wisdom in their old age - some are over 1000 years old! We were now camping amongst these ...