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... Tension is high in the car as the two travellers try and work together to get out of the city. GPS starts working once they have navigated their way out of the city. It informs the pair that they will be in Monterey by 3.30. With traffic banking up Cirsty and Ryan decide to stop for some lunch at Sam Chowder house (Half Moon Bay). Cirsty almost asked what is in Clam Chowder but decided on the seafood basket instead.
Back on the road the travellers ...
... list item till a few days ago.
Setting out early at 6 am in the cold December morning - sleepy and caffeine deprived from Cupertino, we hoped to catch the glorious sunset at the Mesquite Dunes. Little did we know what was in store for us distance-wise. Google Maps assured us of a drive time of 7 hours and 49 minutes - that's child's play, we thought.
We drove down 85 South, 152 East, I 5 South and drove through some city streets to arrive ...
... already dreaming about the next adventure before this one even starts. . So at security the woman "standing guard" who spoke English with such a strong Asian accent I could barely understand her, tried to turn me away because she said I was only allowed 2 carry ons. Give me a break! I read and re-read the carry on rules, it said two carry ons and an accessory item, ie PURSE! I have a purse, carry on size suitcase and ...
The day has finally arrived.
I've been on the cusp of excitement and nerves the entire week, and to think my flight is in a couple hours is a bit surreal. I honestly don't know what to expect, but I think that's probably for the best. It's also really odd to think how long I'll be there, but at the same time I can't wait to be in another country and have so many different opportunities to travel, try new food (probably the most important) meet new people and get to be at ...
... holidays, I was worried about finding a parking spot at KSJC but no worries; they have 60 transient spots so plenty of room when I arrived. Only $10/night to park the plane at KSJC - parking a car in San Francisco costs way more. The fuel truck arrived within a few minutes of my arrival so I was immediately fueled and ready to go. I always like to fuel when I arrive rather than on departure. On my RTW flight, too many times I was left standing ...