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... waived the cost for him. Of course. We took the day off from any lessons on Tuesday and enjoyed a relaxo day by the pool/beach. Elizabeth and Jack loved it. Yesterday, being Wednesday, we went to Salinas for the day to visit the National Steinbeck Centre. We had to explain to the kids that there were certain things that we would do for them, but we were also going to be doing things for the adults. Off we went to Salinas and drove through acres of farm ...
... 1 slices of pizza that were massive. We gladly tucked into them, before go heading back to the van. However on our return to the vehicle, the car would not start... Not even a noise would come from the engine, battery gone! So got out the car, and a young teenager was sitting on the back of his truck next to us. When I asked him if he has any jump leads because my battery gone, he jump in the air and shouted "that is ...
... sit there and look at it all day.
We are booked for an official elephant seal tour in two days time but we've been given a hot tip that there is a good place to stop on this part of the drive to catch a peek of the big smelly beasts. OK, well apparently we probably might as well cancel our 'tour' since there are more elephant seals here at such a close distance that I have ever seen in my life.
Next stop was a quick stop ...
... The boat rolls from side to side ever so slightly. The only sound is the gentle hiss of the water sliding by the hull. All the while you are being transported from one place to another as if by magic. It's days like this that sailors live for.
Monterey Harbor is a snug little spot. It is created by two curving breakwaters. They're like two great arms curving around and protecting all the boats within their reach. ...
... are reversible which is a bonus. The real bonus was that they only cost $20, cool or should I say warm!
Whale watching was a bit of a dud. We saw a number of grey whales but didn’t get very close. A number of the tour members got sea sick but fortunately they went to the back of the boat and went “for distance” with their up and unders.
Went for a bus ride along 17 Mile beach. Lavish houses and arrived at Pebble Beach God club or is that ...