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Travel Blogs from Half Moon Bay
... There were few tourists, and the locals were out having brunch at the various cafes along the way.
Word to the wise, try to find out which roads are hills. I ended up climbing up a hill on Fillmore without knowing before hand. A good hike, but perhaps not something I'd like to repeat too, too often. I tried to find Japantown, but my map didn't quite place it properly. I could smell the sushi and tempura, but no luck. I heard it wasn't ...
... one of his high school friends also found his way from Nebraska to Northern California. So it was perfect that we began our journey with this friend of over 60 years and at one of the places he loved the best - the ocean. Paul and Geri Langan invited us to their home for a lovely breakfast potluck. Then we all drove to the beach for an informal ceremony.
... skills. It was one of those ´I wish I videoed him´ moments. Lots of people have videoed him, luckily, so I seriously recommend you youtube Andrew Byrne and watch the magic unfold. Then we had to hightail it back to the terminal for the last ferry of the day, past the sun setting over the Golden Gate Bridge.
Sunday was an even more subdued affair. We happened upon some community ´off-the-grid´ picnic and enjoyed watching all the ...
... to dessert wine. Very tipsy by the last one (which was a beautiful white wooden building over 100 years old surrounded by vines and on the top of a hill) so we giggled in the back of the bus all the way back to the ship! Had a 20 minute power nap and tried to sober up before clinic, still a bit tipsy and had to go and do a load of temp checks on passengers and got very lost trying to find their cabins! Tea in officers mess then passed ...
... to the shelter of the cute 'Warming Hut', an old wooden building turned tourist information centre/cafe which is located in the shadows of the bridge on the bay foreshore. This place saved us from being seriously drenched! After some postcard and book browsing inside, rain cleared so we set off towards the top of a big hill to the Golden Gate tourist centre where we got some sexy blue ponchos to be prepared in case the rain visited again. Thankfully it cleared and we had a ...
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