Stonepine Estate Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... a dead bird nearby. It was horrible. Luckily, other than the thousands of dead crab parts and stuff on the shoreline and now in the water, we didn't see anymore bodies. We stayed away from the water from then on! We found a little spot on the beach away from the flies and water, and sunbathed for a few hours. From a distance, seals and otters could be seen frolicking in the ocean. It was so cool to see - I just wish I could have captured it on film! I just wasn't quick enough ...
... were going to be crushed. So when he asked what the cost would be to buy them, he was told $100. each. Not too hard to imagine that he bought them both and for $200.00 drove them away. It was really nice chatting with him...one of those random encounters that make you really enjoy the moment. It is always nice to have stereotypes proven wrong...too often Ferrari owners and Porsche owners have a certain persona. Not in this case, where we've met 2 very delightful and enjoyable ...
... for lunch at the Big Sur River Inn. We grabbed some food and went down to the river bank behind the inn. It had a large grassed area under huge Redwoods. The river was only ankle deep, but clear and swift flowing and they had wooden adirondack chairs (timber seats in a particular high back fence-post style), in the river for people to sit on while they had a drink, cooling their feet in the crystal clear water. Some children were splashing around having ...
... either lethargic or fighting for mates. We saw a waterfall that went right into the ocean. What was really sad was that this state is in a serious drought. Whole groves of avocado trees cut down and painted white to protect them from insects. When the drought is over the trees will ...
... in America the sheer scale was awe-inspiring. Beach after beach fringed the coastline for miles on end.
As we ventured further south the scene immediately became more surfy. The locals were all out for a Saturday morning surf on their choice of beach. We drove down through Half Moon Bay with its packs of cyclists, it's surf shacks and guest houses. We passed through Santa Cruz with it's relaxed California feel and then hit wall of traffic. ...