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... to book months ahead, if you get a space at all.
We were met by Mr Camp, whose day I significantly brightened simply by virtue of being named Miss Turner (still official on the passport) - apparently he is a very big Johnny Depp fan and it made him think of Pirates of the Caribbean. He gave us what he deemed to be an excellent cabin, and we were free to go and check out what was to be our home for the next three nights. On exiting the reception area, we encountered ...
... 10 minutes after being dispatched the heart was still beating (severe bradycardia). This was the point Ruth went to sit down. Nice to be close to nature!
A moment of excitement when Roger saw a rattle snake just off the path who rattled at him. This prompted a top tips round from the Californians in the group regarding how to deal with rattlesnakes. Amy's top tips:
- only approach a rattlesnake if ...
... Las Vegas. We were quite disappointed in the hotel; you can read my review of the motel if you want to know more than that.
Though the town of Mariposa is tiny, we enjoyed a nice supper at the Sugar Pine Café, a small diner-style restaurant. Supper was good, and we took home a delicious homemade blueberry scone to share with our evening tea for dessert.
We leave early (around 8am) tomorrow morning for Yosemite!
... hospital. Ben raised an eyebrow but we suggested some first aid spots regardless. He was so grateful, as apparently his arm really hurt... Germans, eh?
Yosemite valley was absolutely packed with tourists. Despite picking through large volumes of people we still managed to have a good time. And as we moved towards the sequoias on the Southern part of Yosemite the numbers of tourists gradually decreased. One part of the journey we didn't see ...
Although Greg and I had been to Yosemite before, we had only driven around and toured on our own...this time, since we had Zach with us, we decided to spend the money and take the tour. The Park Ranger (she had 11 years experience!) was well ...
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