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... extremely interesting and well worth doing if you are anywhere in the area.
To say they have developed some unusual flavours would be an understatement.
We opted for the traditional ones.
We had planned putting our trusty motorhome on consignment on 1st September which would give us nearly three weeks to try and have it sold before we depart for home.
In order to maximise our chances of a sale we also placed ...
... we did, we were greeted with a "welcome to the party" from an over-enthusiastic cyclist and advised we could pitch our tent beside all the others, or go a further five metres into the sheltered area and be on our own. With the wind blowing hard and too tired to speak, let alone party, we chose the latter and happily sat down to our tomato, grape, cheese cube and cracker-crouton salad appetiser, followed by ceviche and tortillas for main. Ainsley would have been ...
... have been a god send to us on our first stop over, offering us great advice and tips on where to go next and which routes to take. Their boys are gorgeous and our kids have all got along really well. Michael and Matt teaching Bec how to surf for most of the day. A highlight for me on the beach was when Lucia spotted Dolphins out at sea and we all watched in amazement, but for others around us this is perfectly ...
... in front of nearly every nook and cranny down here. Catalina Island is in the southern group.
These islands are the main/only cruising ground down at this end of the left coast. It’s nice that folks here have somewhere to go with their boats. Once we left the Pacific Northwest there hasn’t really been any place where you can go with a boat, drop the anchor and just hang out and explore. Everyone along the coast just sails out ...
... cycle for over an hour until we reach a playground. Dylan loves the playground, especially the swing, today. We meet a lovely American family with a daughter the same age as Dylan who want to know where we've been and what we've been up to, whilst the children laugh together on the swing. Back to drop the bike cart off and a speedy lunch.
Rich and Emma have a lovely lunchtime walk in the ...