Inn on Mt. Ada
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... We had to check out the next day but we stayed in town and I was able to grab a free hot yoga class while the guys checked out a bike park in town. We drove back up to the trailer in the mountain Tuesday night. The next day I got to try a 90 minute sup yoga class in Mission Bay ☺️ We stayed in the trailer again that night and shipped out Thursday. We landed in Huntington Beach Thursday afternoon and found an RV park on the beach. We checked out the beach and pier ...
... very handy if you happen to rip anything along your trek (from your tent to your rain jacket).
#18 Turtle Cord Organizer - $1 Ebay new: These things come in handy to keep wires separated and neat in your bags. I first thought this thing was so cheap and useless, but this weightless thing has grown on me. I use 3 in my bag.
#19 Monster HP Travel Outlet Splitter - $15 Ebay new: A splitter is a must when hosteling it up! You don't want to fight over a socket. All 16 ...
... road. Back to jamming all my worldly possessions in one bag. Back to wet towels and wet board shorts. Back to not shaving until I feel like it. Back to changing money and never quite getting to grips with the exchange rate. Back to Hostelworld.com and skyscanner.com. Back to bad coffee. Back to travel adapters and padlocks. Back to enjoying the present but also planning the future. Back to Lonely Planet, dog ears and post-it notes. Back to hammocks, cheap ...
... ship for a
swim in their lap pool and then for a steam and sauna – literally the best deal
on the boat – free.
We had our first formal night last night so everyone was
dressed in their finest. While I
realize that it's only the first couple of nights, the quality of the food in
our dining room has been quite good – last night my choices ...
... part of the cruise.
Oh yes, when we first got to our room, we noticed that the beds were separated. We therefore asked the person who looks after our room to put the beds together (which we do on every cruise we take).
Before the cruise, we also had to take a drill on what to do in case of an emergency. This drill is done on every cruise we take. It is mandatory to take.