The Old St. Angela Inn
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We woke up pretty early so headed down to park by Lover's Point where they rent Kayaks. It looks like most car parks only allow 2 hour parking but luckily there are loads of residential streets nearby that you can park all day with no limitations.
The rental place opened at 9am so we got there straight away and rented 2 single kayaks...it was only $30 each for the whole day so way cheaper than other places we had seen that charged more for only 2 hours!! You also had the choice of ...
... to be ready, then there was the girl who probably knew more than the bloke but was being spoken over the whole time and eventually stopped trying to say anything. Whilst we were eating out meal we noticed that the lads had left their plastic bowl with spaghetti in on the hot plate they had used to boil the pasta. By the time they noticed, it was too late and their blue plastic bowl had melted somewhat onto the hot plate leaving a handy circular melted plastic look covering half the ...
... we have been counting license plates like last year. In the first six days on this trip, we actually got all 50 states except CT, DE, and RI and DC. By now, the only ones we haven't seen are CT and RI. We are finding these much faster than last year! What we do to amuse ourselves! On part of the drive to Fresno to see Lily, the terrain changes from brown fallow fields to luscious green fields of produce. We are also reminded ...
... done very grudgingly- happy to move on.
The Big Sur starts below Monterey and ends at San Simeon. It was a dull dull day with mist and haze. Some really lovely bits but found ourselves thinking that Cornwall had more to offer - especially our Rame Peninsula (summer holidays every year for 9 years and lots of visits in between. We did think it was really lovely and the light was like St Ives- just had it built up to ...
Hello! sorry for the delay- we have officially been home for a while now. Life got a little crazy upon our return -a wedding - job interviews - house hunting etc. Combine a cup of crazy with procrastination...and here we are.
Today was a day of spectacularly beautiful coastline as we inch ever closer to home. First was a quick stop to marvel at the big rock in Morro bay. Yes it's just a big rock but there is something about it that I ...