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So upon arriving in San Francisco, I only had one night before I'd head over to Yosemite national park (pronounced Yo-sem-it-e). The hostel was small and friendly, I did a food shop and had a wonder around the city before having an early night, being shattered from the bus journey. In the morning I made my way to the airport where I'd pick up a hire car to visit Yosemite with as it wasn't too costly and much more convenient. It took about 3 hours to drive to ...
Getting used to waking up on sofas in hotel rooms with my family now. It almost feels normal, which is good because it means I've forgotten about reality back home which is what holidays are all about. Rach and I went for time out and coffee. We sat in the early morning sun which was peaking over the mountain top. It was cooler temperatures than what we'd come from but the direct sunlight was warm and the ...
We bolted from Reno in the rain, after a quick walk down the Strip. One cool thing to note was the climbing wall up the outside of about an 8 storey building, all set up with ropes dangling. Great idea for a city with not much else going on.
We emerged from the mist onto the northern side of Lake Tahoe, had a look around the little town and spoke to a Kiwi who introduced himself after seeing our painted up camper. Incidentally we've attracted quite a few friendly honks ...
... Glacier Point at sun down to see Half Dome and Vernon and Nevada Falls, the waterfalls we hiked up last time we were in Yosemite 8 years ago.
The following day we were back on the road again, but not before one last BBQ, this time at the base of El Capitan. Jenn prepared the Harris clan a real all-American treat: chilli-cheese dogs and smores. Needless to say they both went down a treat and did a good job filling up the weary travellers for their drive to coastal Big ...
... an eye on the socks, I ended up burning the socks which created holes...Bummer!
The third day, I started the morning off right! When I opened my contact case to put my eyeballs in, I couldn't believe there was no left contact! Where that contact is, I will never know, but luckily I carry extras;)
After that little mishap, Ben and I went back to Dozier Dome. We saw 2 other groups leaving the rock due to incoming storms that ...