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... meant a 5 wait in the airport, notify I actually like airports, spesh the bookstores. So I filled in my time reading checking out books.
I checked in my luggage, finally it's annoying to carry around a 20kg backpack, but then realised I forgot to put my new locks on, first hiccup of the trip, it wasn't difficult and filled I a bit of time to get the bag back and put the locks on.
ok flights, first up Melbourne to Sydney, ...
... especially me I love cheesecake and could not decide what I wanted in the end I went for a white chocolate and raspberry one which was so good.) It was that popular that it was an hour to wait to eat inside so we had it as a take out and sat in union square. Which was quite cool and lets just say we saw some very interesting sites. San Francisco is definitely full of a mix of characters (We loved doing a bit of people watching.)
On the Friday we had ...
... 1 or the Pacific Drive is known to be one of the most beautiful drives in the world and we wanted to see it for ourselves. And the best part of the drive starts at Carmel and ends at Cambria. We planned to do just that.
After driving 150 miles and 3 and half hours we reached Carmel. We stepped out and explored the town for a while. Carmel is beautiful. The hanging pots with flowers in full bloom added to the charm. For lunch we settled down at a gourmet burger joint ...
Excitement, anxiety. Did I remember to pack my laptop charger? The sense that I'm forgetting something is strong this morning. I will be starting my trip today later after work, and I'm trying to at least remember all the important things. Sadly, my boss won't let me work from the SF office, so I will need to pack everything this morning and ride down to San Jose.
The feeling of not having a plan is scaring me. ...
Unreal how big the Highway's are. Also you are in the middle of nowhere, then there is a massive shopping centre or housing estate, in a very small area, then nothing again. Don't know where it was, up near San Francisco, there was nothing around, but it started to get very windy. Up on the hill, there was hundreds of massive energy wind mills.
We finally made it to the hotel about 9 pm. ...