The Sea Spray Inn
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... The hairdresser used a spray bottle and didn't even have a roller brush. We all turned out OK and had a good laugh. We stopped at a Nursery on the way home and Carter bought Pumpkin seeds and multicolor corn seeds to take back to Australia. Fred wanted to buy lots of Halloween things. So far we just have a blue light rope which I have been complaining about since I just wanted ...
... cost almost $20 for the three of us to ride, so that was the only one we did.
Tired and broke, we headed home. We found some paddle boats near Asbury Park boardwalk, and rode those for 1/2 hr. Jacinda and Garrett walked back, while Gav and I took the car. We went out to dinner on the Asbury Park Boardwalk where we had gone with Joel last time. Great outside seats. We walked the beach back while the boys played "ninja" and hiding in the sand.
... current youth culture) and a Swatch. Dinner at local Gyros King run by cricket loving Pakistanis, again. There can't be too many shops happy to show cricket when baseball and US football are so dominant. We have often seen cafe's with two screens running both showing a different game of either baseball of football or both, which makes for very stilted conversations when sitting opposite each Wednesday- Ruby's birthday here in the US (one day behind) so we headed back into Time ...
... and had everything from salad and pancakes to Kim Chi.
However, the hotel was connected to a shopping mall, with a large supermarket in the basement. This made picnicking and inexpensive snacks a breeze. The supermarket actually had some kosher food.
A double room was 75 euros a night.
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... only had 3 weeks to travel, we chose the more direct route to EBC and back without doing the high ridge pass at Gokyo. So, roughly, our route (village stopping points) was planned:
Pick up a Lonely Planet or Let's Go guidebook for Nepal. Both of these books include a wealth of information for planning your route: