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... them quickly now. After we had seen a large part of the zoo, played and picnicked, we headed off in search of the bridge. As it was pretty late we decided to see the gate from one of the recommended viewing points, Bakers Beach. It was much cooler in San Francisco than at home in Almaden, San Jose, we couldn't believe the cold winds as we approached the beach. Undeterred by the wind the children ran like maniacs and started screaming when they ...
... were WeChatting with other friends in China and it was a little surreal, like there was a phantasmal crowd there with us. I sent a couple recordings and typed to them. Jie obviously has many friends that care for her, i like that. Tomorrow we head home, flying out at 11:30 local, and get home around 7pm. Thank you all for your visits and kind comments on this travel blog. More stories in REAL LIFE. Bye... Tim & Jie ...
... us. Hopefully we will be able to share another adventure in the near future.
Where is Harriet Hunt
Congratulations to Bob who was the first to successfully find Harriet in the
Mayan City of Tulum.
As our journey has finished, we would like to challenge you all to one last Hunt for Harriet on this adventure. Look closely for her, if you can't find her, ask our grandkids as they know and will quickly tell you where Mamaw is.
... both so polite and patient that the flight attendants raved about them and brought them extra TimTams (an Aussie cookie treat). I made friends with an Australian couple from Sydney who were outbound on their own month long adventure to Toronto, NYC, LA and then back to SFO. So fun to chat with them, it really passed the time for all of us. We checked in to the hotel and spent another beautiful afternoon as a family hanging around by the pool in the sun of ...
... of boats. Mostly sail. There were also marinas filled with houseboats. All of these marinas were neat and tidy. Along the shore behind the marinas were parks with lush emerald lawns and paved walking paths. All this on the industrial waterfront. Very surprising indeed.
No sooner had we got the boat tied up and checked in, Patti's nephew Cody called and asked if we were still up for going out to lunch. He works just across ...