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... road. Driving a twisty road where you cannot actually see the road in front is ... wheeeeee - fun!! Loved this part. Was disappointed slightly when it burned off after about 1/2 and hour - but fun driving for that time.
7. Bargain Grapefruit and Avocados. All these farms along the road - selling me: Artichokes 10/$1; Corn 6/$1; Kiwis 6/$1; Avocados 7/$1; Grapefruit 10/$1; also, Deep Fried Artichoke (yum I assume?) - 7 ...
... and were told there was a 40 minute wait for a table. In no rush, we agreed to wait and went off to check out some nearby shops. We bought some Salt Water Taffy, a type of chewy candy, which is a local delicacy here. Jonathan had previously brought some back from Boston which turned out to be horrible, so thought we should give this one a try instead. We picked out all the fruity flavours (avoiding the 'fiery cinnamon') and tentatively tried ...
... on another jetty twenty feet away. The woman was clearly getting annoyed by this much to the amusement of everyone watching. Obviously an animal has no sense of boundaries or which pier it is and isn't allowed on but I like to think this sea lion knew what it was doing and was entertaining his audience.
We were fast running out of time so instead of trying to get round everything ourselves, we opted for a 'hop on, hop off' bus tour of the city. It would mean ...
... boy it is lavish.
It took about 28 years to complete.
With Roman baths outside and a full sized inner one the whole place has many statues and gardens one would easily be mistaken for thinking they're in Venice perhaps.
We drove to the bottom of the hill, where we paid for the bus to take us and a group of other tourists to the top and then a guided tour of the lower part of ...
... Three in the ageing Egg. It is dark already. Motel after motel displays the no vacancy sign. Had there been a Mr Yoshi Motel (donors who have joined this blog later on: see post 4 – The Institute Assumes Wheels), we would have taken it. We would have welcomed the $1.50 condoms (plus tax) with open arms, so to speak. We spent a gruelling half hour waiting to see if a booked guest would cancel or turn up late at the Mizpah Hotel (built ...