Pescadero Creek Inn
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Ship's position : LAT - 36.42.86N LONG - 123.01.94W Ship's speed : 8.7 knots Wind speed : 16.5 knots (19mph) Temperature (midday) : 15c / 59f Temperature (mid evening) : 15.5c / 59.9f Sunrise : 6.57am Sunset : 5.34pm Time : GMT -8 hours I awoke to another sea day. As I opened my curtains for one final day to view the open sea in front of me it was grey, as was the sky. Although Channel 42 was informing me that we were sailing on 'calm, rippling' seas with ...
... of the moment only slightly impacted by getting dragged into a fifteen minute conversation with an US-Austrian fella about a couple from his homeland who'd cycled around the world and now were writing a book and giving seminars. All very interesting but check out the cool birds with the huge beaks dude... Whenever and wherever we stop, more often than not, someone will ask us about the trip. Can't work out whether they ...
... diverse area near the Cow Palace amphitheater. My parking qualms were settled by the fact it had enclosed parking. The neighborhood was rougher, but the room was spacious and clean and comfortable, except for the diaper sound from the mattress protector every time you moved on the bed. It's also a bit warm and theres no AC. But that's okay. The windows open and we are in the colder part of the city. A little Ninja Warrior on the TV and we are off to sleep ...
... This is my first trip to S. E Asia, so I don't know what the internet cafes, hostels will be like, but I will try to write entries whenever I get a chance, and hopefully I'll be able to figure out how to upload some pictures as well.
ลาก่อ$ 09;! (goodbye)
So beautiful to bike along the coast from SF southward.
Lot of traffic today so we pulled over a bit to relax.
Blue, hot, light breeze. The crawling traffic + wearing all gear makes it a tad hot and sweaty but we would never go without.