Pleasure Point Inn
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... splashing around happily in the waters below. We spotted rabbits in the greenery as we walked beside the beach, scampering between bushes. It was lovely to enjoy the wildlife surrounding us! That afternoon we headed to Santa Cruz to check in at our pre booked accommodation. Unfortunately a dishonest hotel owner refused to accept our booking at the agreed price, so had to look else where. It suddenly dawned on us that sense of feeling homeless. All accommodation around us had ...
... In the evening i had a Burger at Betty's which was also really tasty. I feel i need to change my diet though, i feel i am eating too much junk. After Tea, i decided to go see Captain America: The Winter Soldier at the Cinema which i was impressed with 8.5/10, I'd recommend it.
Santa Cruz was really cool, it was nice to slow down and stay somewhere for a day rather than shooting through.
Although travelling through ...
... now an RN, with a wonderfully supportive husband, 9 healthy perfect grandkids, some poodles and a keen eye for interior and landscape design. none has a green thumb like this mama!! Visiting her friend cherie "over the hill" from santa cruz the girls learned that suzi not surprisingly may have experimented with lsd and did NOT have sex with ken kesey or any of the other merry pranksters. Sorry, ...
... head to one which is giving out free samples of clam chowder (very nice!). They are able to accommodate us all, so Lavinia and I order a nice seafood dinner for a treat, as we watch the sun set over the bay from our window seat. The kids also have a good meal, and I *think* I'm getting the hang of tipping the wait staff now.
It's dark by the time we leave, but there is a lolly shop just next to us (with massive ...
... we had to have tea, so we went for a walk around the town; found a pub called theMucky Duck and had a lovely meal. We got talking to the Owner who was an ex rugby player who had visited NZ about 5 years ago. He had played in Christchurch and Auckland and was full of questions. After that we went for another walk and saw that there was a Classic Car convention and there were many lovely cars to view. It was a nice finish to the day and then off to bed.