Lone Oak Lodge
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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... on Maui. Had to be careful not to look back and forth too much as I began to feel a little woozy. The road is really narrow, one lane each way with not much shoulder and in some places no shoulder and corners right up against the rock on one side and drop off to the ocean on the other. Speed was 55 most of the time. We passed a bunch of crazy cyclists going south. What a hairy ride that would be. Inland side was the same dry ...
... the gentle waves swerved his path while Jenn and the Harris elders soaked up the sun and took in the beautiful views. Our last evening in Big Sur was spent eating amazing sushi with all the Big Sur folk and Harris clan in Monterey, where we returned the following day to visit the world famous aquarium. We gazed in wonder at the primordial sun fish and flamboyant cuttlefish, which resembled tiny hippopotamai wearing frilly lit up tutus bouncing along the sand as if ...
... stop to whale watch we went to a waterfall which is the only one in the world which falls directly into the sea. Next we drove to Monterey via the richest town in the states, Carmel. In Monterey we split into two groups: Matt went sea kayaking for 2 hours where he was able to get up close and personal with sea lions and albatross' he came back with a very wet bum; while Matt was off getting ...
... to a table tennis bat, only a little bit random! We would flip the card on our table which says STOP FOREST STOP, if the waiter is required, then flip it over to RUN FOREST RUN, if their service is not required. During the evening we kept flipping the sign, to see their reactions! Some were quicker than others, guys were certainly quicker than the girls retrieving higher tips. It also kept us and them highly entertained the whole ...
... especially the part about squids. This being said, the museum is designed primarily for children and there are a lot of activities especially for them.
We spent the afternoon at the Point Lobos national park - a great wide green area where you can wander around cliffs and admire the beautiful coast. When entering as a pedestrian, you ...