Plaskett Creek Campground
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Hned po ránu jsme nastartovali motor a vyrazili dále na západ - do města Monterrey, od kterého byl plán pokračovat jižně. Když jsme se vrátili zpět k oceánu, tak se na nás od moře začala mračit mračna. I tak jsme ale najeli na tzv. 17-mile-drive, což je scénická silnice obepínající poloostrov …
... around 10:00pm, the children were asleep and the adults were yawning or brushing their teeth. We were again reminded how conservative Americans are. Deanne and I acted appropriately...we went back to camp, broke out the OP rum and ****** on to the wee wee hours.
No, not really.
We just did like the Romans do. One of the favourite ways to pass the time in Big Sur is to simply do nothing. When this is all a memory, the memory will be ...
... an old bridge, on the sand watching the sun set over the ocean and were dazzled by a mysterious spurting of water from the horizon. Arriving back at the campsite we popped a bottle of red, enjoyed some fine tapas - tomato mustard sandwhich and tofu sushi, because we were "fake ass vegans" according to Rach - and learnt that the waterspouts off in the distance were in fact, grey whales.
Sometimes while last-minute-camping you don't manage to organise a ...
... This time with more success - so Julie got to have a drink there in the bar whilst I waited with the girls in the car - but it means we have pictures and can cross it off the todo list! After that we headed on up the road and visited Point sur lighthouse and Bixby bridge before arriving in Monterey and started hunting for somewhere to stay. Eventually ended up in salinas at the best ...
... in this part of California, people were more friendly and laid back than we had encountered anywhere else. We stopped off in a little beach town, Avila, to pick up some takeaway coffees and ended up staying for over half an hour yarning to locals. People talk in really funny surfer slang. Even old timers. One ex-military dude we befriended just north of Santa Barbara was telling me about this '*****in’ state park we ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPlaskett Creek Campground Big Sur
Very nice campground full of grass, seawaves rocking the cliff are heard during night.
Firewood is for sale. Flushing toilets present. Pay the fee ($20 in 2014) into the box right after checking-in (max 30 minutes).
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