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... they flashed past the car window were elephant seals sunning on the beach (the rain had finally passed). Shortly after this there was a viewing spot and another beach covered in lumps ... we watched them for a while, they just amuse me how they all crowd each other and occasionally shovel sand onto themselves. After that we headed up to the castle. It takes a few hours to see the castle, as first you are shuttled on a bus up ...
About 200 or so miles north of Ventura is San Luis Obispo or as its known here SLO. Great little place with a happening downtown. We stayed about 5 miles away at El Chorro Park. Its a county park not far from Cal Polytechnical University and roughly 10 miles from the seaside town of Morro Bay.
While in SLO we tried some California bbq. Out here on the left coast, its about the Tri ...
... town that night, so a party was planned. After a couple of hours relaxing on the beach we drove to Shell Beach and found a fantastic little spanish / mexican restaurant called Zorro's and stopped off for some clam chowder and sangria. It was a really lovely little bistro and the owner was charming. It was great to be just sitting in the sunshine. After lunch we headed to Grover Beach and in particular "Oceano Dunes". Oceano Dunes is ...
... continent has ever done it before - they are guided by some kind of internal navigation system yet they all end up in the same place. Scientists don't understand - it is one of the world's great natural mysteries. How cool is that?
Northwards to Morro Bay. Despite our campsite being right next to a power plant it was conveniently situated opposite the Morro Dunes and beach with Morro Rock looming to the left. Morro Rock is an old volcano (or seven of them ...
... br> of miss Amber Sharp, I mean Hook, went to firestone grill and got one of their
tri tip sandwiches and a half chicken. Very good thanks Amber. Then we drove
down to the avila sea caves which is off the radar. It was cool to see and free
but a shame that there was broken glass everywhere. We then walked down to the
beach there where clothing is optional. I opted out of mine J. ...