Santa Cruz / Monterey Bay Koa
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- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Santa Cruz / Monterey Bay Koa La Selva Beach
Travel Blogs from La Selva Beach
... changes are the norm here on the Central Coast. Apologies in advance for any duplicated photos or typos. Mike went into stitches when he read that I wrote that I had a seared tuba instead of tuna....I changed it but apologies as well for any typos or spelling mistakes. So amidst the imaginary spending of gazillions of dollars and the real sounds of roaring motors as people jet away from the Concours, I am off to find us some Chinese take-out from Tommy's Wok. That's a ...
... family arrived so they are enjoying some rare family time. Jake now thinks we are best pals! Had a wonderful energizing massage that made up for the early morning racket and have booked one for Mike for tomorrow. We're hoping it will help him gain a bit more flexibility. Went for lunch at "The "Cottage" for their absolutely excellent chicken cobb salad. We've waited a year to come back and enjoy that. After lunch, Mike went back to the hotel to rest and I ...
... dreams and hit the highway for Monterey! Whilst on the road, we saw some interesting sights - possibly some people stealing cabbages from a farm as well as loads of cheeky 'off roaders' using the farm paths to skip the traffic jam! With all the dust they were throwing up, we were quite pleased that the top was up on the mustang! Eventually we hit the south 1 - a road I think we'll become much more accustomed to tomorrow on the big sur drive! Then it was down ...
... of our long journeys, the end destination was always worth the arduous trek to get there.
Monday 16th September would have to go down as one of the best days we had on our entire 331days world tour. Swimming with Whalesharks had been something had wanted to do since I was a teenager and today was the day that dream was about to be realised. We were picked up at 07:30 by the tour operators and driven in Cape Range NP and to the jetty point where their very colourful ...
... onto the sea otter tour. These amazing animals are a keystone species meaning that the whole habitat, in this case the kelp forests, depend on them. The sea otters are the main predator of sea urchins that attach to the base of the kelp and eat through their trunks detaching them from the sea bed. We got fascinating explanation of their lives and went to see the otter rescue facilities where abandoned baby sea otters are adopted by the resident aquarium otter females, ...