Inn at Depot Hill
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... as I pushed through that group yesterday. I might have muttered a few other things too.. And I went to Lula's and got some local chocolate which I was dying to try right away and have promised myself that I won't have any till after lunch! And guess what? I did wait and it was worth it. Lovely, gooey sea salted carmel and dark chocolate.. Yum! So Mike and I both think we must have some kind of sleeping sickness.....we ...
... coastlines, beaches that range in color from ochre yellow to dark coffee, volcano's and crater lakes, colonial cities, hill towns, funky surf towns and so much more.
Still after a long trip I ask myself the question – Why travel?
Why go anywhere for that matter? Today, with a good tablet and the miracle of bandwidth you can see mind-boggling YouTubes from just about anywhere on Earth and in some cases, beyond. It seems ...
... seen a few friends around, but not nearly enough and in spite of all that we started talking about our next trip.
This is how it happens - I introduce the thought in conversation about going somewhere this winter and Alan squirms, "We just got home! I have projects to do!", then a few days later I mention letting someone stay at my house in January and he says “I'll miss you cuz I'll probably be in Costa ...
... out so we grabbed our towels and set up camp for a while. The beach was gorgeous, pure white sand, beautiful blue, aqua coloured water, Pebble Beach Golf Course to your right and residential houses sitting on the coastal hill tops on the left, and just as we thought it couldn’t get any better, Dan spotted a pod of dolphins cruising around close the shore, jumping in and out of the waves and playing around. It was incredible. The sea life out here just keeps getting ...
... Lots of specialist shops, but we didn't have enough time there to look in them much. Further south to Carmel, and on to the Big Sur coastline - all very attractive, but there is a lot of kelp in the water, which I don't think would make it very attractive for swimming in really. The scenery is lovely, though. Back to Carmel, and Jason the Tour Guide, gave us a walking tour around, ...