Tally Ho Inn
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... Going for a walk always does clear a head and helps making decisions, in which we were in desperate need for as we had so many options flying around and we didn't know where to start.
We separated and conquered and came up with a few options of dates and flights and have narrowed it down quite drastically. It meant that when we got to San Francisco, we could book one and then we would be near enough sorted. It was a start, and we were ...
... flowers are in full bloom. We drove into Kalbarri at around 17:00pm, giving us a chance to see this very pretty town in a full swathe of colourful sunbathed afternoon light. There's a small headland for boats to negotiate as they enter the little port and when the tide is up the waves make it nearly impossible to get through. We watched from a view point a few very experienced fishing boats wait just for that perfect moment between sets to make a dash for it and not get thrown onto ...
... them with David Attenborough babbling in the background so this was new; a great experience. My photos are rubbish but hopefully you'll be able to distinguish between the seals and the rocks.
We pushed on and finally got close to Monteray Bay. First we drove through Carmel which looked delightful, I'd like to visit it properly one day. I sourced a park inland and we headed that way.
... and travel recommendations, if you only stop in one place on the Big Sur, it can only be at the McWay Waterfall. The waterfall may be disappointing in its size, but the location is just breathtaking. The pictures, although good do not really show how stunningly beautiful the area is. Well worth stopping and stretching your legs here. It is just off the road, so only takes about 15 minutes to go and see.
Today, the sun is very, very hot and even ...
... likely that one of the rangers would capture it and take the elastic band off…I hope so.
We got back in the van and drove on past many multi-million dollar homes - some were amazing – Mike said he thought that they were weekenders for many owners. On we motored to see the Lone Cypress Pine - quite remarkable that it has survived all this time !
Our next stop was ...