Pier View Suites
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... to Australia later in the year, so we chatted about that for a while, and as they have friends in Melbourne, we'll definitely be catching up with them!
It turned out that Eric was a pretty awesome guitarist, and Rainie was a singer, so it wasn't long before the jam session started!
It was a pretty awesome jam, as we had our three new instruments, and everyone had a go at everything.
It felt really easy and natural just playing music with them! No huge ...
... of this area. We saw lots of big tractors, many people working in the fields picking or planting, irrigation pipes and fields covered with plastic. After settling into our room, and plugging in the GPS to the computer to download the West maps, we headed out to explore Monterey. Our first stop was Fisherman's Wharf. Not nearly as commercial as in SF, this wharf looks like a working fishing wharf with Fish Markets, many fishing as well as pleasure boats, and ...
... town judging by all the beautiful people and expensive shops we saw. We started to look in shops but the price tags were enough to tell us we didn't belong. It was too hot to do much else so we decided to press on to Pismo Beach.
Along the way we also stopped in Santa Maria in the hope we could find a souvenir with Santa Maria on it. Despite the fact that I know you can buy Levin souvenirs in Levin, it was impossible to find a shop selling Santa ...
... with Mike and Judy meant it was getting late in the day. The drive along the coast is spectacular as can be seen in the attached pictures. After settling into our room we went for a walk along the beach with the intent of finding some dinner. We we found was a bar that specialised in beers, and it was happy hour! So we had a few there, met a couple of locals and their dogs - yes dogs in bars. We ended up getting fish and chips for dinner and taking them back to our room for an early ...
We said our goodbyes to Sean in the morning and hope to meet again one day, somewhere in the world. We drove right through LA and at Santa Monica we headed north up the coast. We arrived at a place called Pismo Beach and despite being told we would probably get stuck on the beach in our car we decided to drive 1 mile along the beach and set up camp in between loads of RV vehicles. The owners all seemed to own quad bikes and dirt bikes and dune buggies....it only cost us $10 tho ...