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... it moved on to find more food. Feeling slightly unnerved but loving the adrenaline buzz I continued and swam amongst schools of fish and saw a few large grouper fish skulking under coral clumps. After about an hour of so I made it back to shore with Tara sitting comfortably on the shore waiting for my next tale of mis-adventure. She was quite relieved not to have joined me this time. From here we had lunch and made our way to South Mandi for a walk along the beach. The 45min drive ...
In a few hours, if all goes smoothly, we will be home. We spent the night in Seattle and now, on the plane just before dawn, the sun is just beginning to paint the blue sky with strokes of pink and gold out my window. Alan is asleep. This has been a good trip with a lot of new places explored and some fresh ideas. I know that black sand beaches are not as cool as I once thought they were. I have discovered my upper ...
November 18, 2014
Oops we did it again.
About ten days ago we were finishing up a six week RV trip that led us to wander through the Southwest deserts, hitting such glorious places as The Pinnacles (CA), Lake Havasu, Lost Dutchman, City of Rocks, Kartchner Caverns, Catalina State Park (all in AZ), then up through El Paso (a mistake) to visit the grand Carlsbad Caverns to the quirky Truth ...
... much of the details from - just that he was a wonderful writer). The sardines came in like a "silver tide" in the early part of the 20th century, the population of the town exploded and all these canneries were set up by the wharf to can all the sardines. The fisheries collapsed after WW2 and the canneries sat empty. Thanks to Steinbeck's novel it now has an Aquarium and has become a huge tourist mecca with the old canneries being turned into shopping ...
And the free flights continue! It was a good weekend away flying to visit my father's cousin who lives in Palo Alto. We woke up at 3 AM, drove to the airport in Seattle and caught the 6 AM flight to San Jose, which is the closest airport to Palo Alto. We started out our long holiday weekend by doing a day trip to the coast. It was a great day. I can go ahead and recap the three towns that we stopped at.