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... there resting with its mum was a baby deer. Yes, I wanted to take them home with me but I think they were going to be hard to smuggle in my luggage. It was getting closer to our departure time so we thought we had better start making our way back to the lodge... Ummm small problem.....we were lost.... We had no idea where we were, where we were meant to go, and how we were meant to get there. Michael took the lead with some ...
Air BnB room in house - tiny, no hosts around loose cats!
Highlights: Driving over Golden Gate Bridge, quick tea stop at Cliff House in San Fran, turning up to Santa Cruz Lighthouse Point and seeing a whale straight away- then 2 more! Hiding from the torrential rain in the cute little Surfing museum in the old lighthouse, enjoying a stroll along the boardwalk and West Cliff Road once the rain had stopped - spying lots of pelicans and potentially dolphins, yummy veg lasagna at ...
... to the other line and which is the best to use… and we never had to stand in line to go onto a cable car: we had outdoor seats, indoor seats and I think the best one if you stand on the running boards and have the cars come by you.
Ok so since we are in the US, we had the Ghirardelli chocolate quite a bit, and now we are where it came from: where that ...
... sea otters are, apparently adult males can grow to 4.5 foot long! We stumbled across a place called the Mucky Duck where we also found ourselves taking part in the weekly 'pub quiz’ – we didn't win, but the 'Brits Abroad’ team still fared pretty well!
Thursday 27 March
On Thursday we took ourselves to Lobos Point State Park where we spent the best part of 3-4 hours walking the coastal trails. We saw so much wildlife - woodpeckers, ...
... they gave me the couch in their cute one bedroom bungalow to sleep in and a bar of soap all to myself for a warm shower. In the next days, we hung out and they cooked for me, taught me how to knit and let me tag along with them on coffee dates with old friends. I explored the city a bit as well and slowly but surely, started falling in love with this city. So far I'd explored downtown and I immediately started imaging myself biking through it on a regular basis. There was ...