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We arrived at out new and wonderful apartment yesterday and we're over the moon with it. Kirsty was worry that it would be good enough to stay in for 12 nights but it's perfect. As the owner took us in a tour we discovered it has so much more than we realised when we booked it. The complex has two outdoor heated pools - each with their own jacuzzi, a table tennis room, our own bikes to use, a gym, a sauna and our apartment even has Netflix. We planned to walk along the beach to the 4th ...
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.
We had a hard time getting out of town, and arrived in Monterey a bit late at night. Jeremy found a restaurant on Yelp called "1833" which had great reviews, so as soon as we checked in and dropped off our stuff, we headed back out for dinner. The restaurant is in a converted Historic Monterey-style Spanish home. It was both intimately elegant and casual, with a ...
... quite cute. The tank were huge, and there is even a section for children to swim with some of the animals. We had lunch here, just paninis, salad and fresh strawberries. Then we had a quick break back at hotel and found directions to Laguna seca and Bixby Bridge. We went to Laguna, but only went by the entrance as there is a spiritual festival on, and we couldn't get by the entrance. We then went to Bixby bridge, ...
Our last trip, 4+ months in SE Asia, is still fresh in my memory. The exquisite warm water of the islands of Thailand, the little watermelons from the coast of Myanmar that were sweet like honey, the smells and noise of Bangkok and Saigon, the cultural overload of Bali. It's hard to believe we've been home for 3 months and yet we're both excited about taking the RV and hitting the road.
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