Sand Rock Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... able to bypass most of the people congestion on the main drag when I was out walking today. Parking time limits are closely monitored here so I'm sure the tickets revenues are up. Cool car count is slowly increasing...Teslas are everywhere and getting boring to see...Pulease!!!...let's see some variety! Saw a couple of nice Ferraris today and a beautiful gold coloured Maserati and a Mclaren. The locals tell us that tomorrow will be the start ...
... of writing a second book, building a second kayak, I take regular kayaking, backpacking and cycling trips, grow large amounts of my own food and tend our small farm. Still, I feel a need to apologize for relaxing here, gazing at Molokai. I fill my ears with the restless and soothing water, my eyes with the immense blue sky and changing clouds and my skin with the caress of the afternoon wind. And whisper to myself that it's ...
... up at Asilomar Beach; just a few minutes drive away, and fought against the crazy winds to get a spot in the sand dunes. The wind had picked up so much and it was like sitting in a very cold sand storm. We stayed until sunset, which was beautiful as ever, then quickly scampered out of there!
The next day we hit Cannery Row, which is the main shopping town located on the waterfront. It used to be home to a number of Sardine Canneries and was renamed to Cannery ...
... a cute little village that had eateries and trinkets, and ate some Indian Food. On the drive back to our hotel, my face was plastered to the window of the car as I was treated to a beautiful starry night... a sight that isn't found in my hometown of Orlando. I absolutely love stargazing and one day I will be camp out somewhere where they are endless, but for tonight, the Californian sky was mesmerizing enough. What a dazzling way to end the ...
... at our destination at approx 5pm. Went for an explore which took us down to Old Fishermans Wharf, an area of olde worlde tourist shops and seafood restaurants. After much deliberation and a quick consult with trip advisor we agreed on Old Fishermans Grotto! - Good choice! Ryan had a seafood dish "Cioppino" which came with some nut crackers...... And a bib!! 5 min walk home then another early night. All that driving and navigating can take it out of you! Tomorrow - Whale ...