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Yesterday we had a quiet day at sea and had the shock of winning the evening quiz with the shameful score of 10. In fairness it was very difficult and even though half the clever team who usually won had got off in LA we were still well chuffed. So a good day today will just add the cherry on the cake. We start off well by missing the sail under the Golden Gate Bridge but it was very misty when we did look out so we probably wouldn't have seen anything! We ...
... became even more abundant on the golden sands. It appeared that folk could drive onto the beach as various tracks bore into the sand and security trucks drove along the perimeter. There seemed to be endless amounts of activity, whether it be water sports or street entertainment. It was like entering a circus, for the amount of strange humans was beyond reason.
We spent our time wandering through the various shops and simply watching the strange folk pass by, ...
... the first day, hop on hop off buses around the City and then over the classic Golden Gate bridge – I have to add that the small town of Sausalito on the other side of the bridge was probably the quaintest and beautifullist place I’ve ever seen, shame the house prices are a million dollars and up though. Doing the tours were a good way to get a feel for the city and navigate round later in the evening, anyone who knows me knows I’m usually ...
... van. Me and Ben sat at the back today, for our last ride. The van was full of spirits as we sang away, our favourites such as abba ;) We stopped off on the outskirts of San Fran to get a view of the city in all it's glory. Wow, what a view. The Golden Gate Bridge lead our eyes to the city tall buildings surrounded with greenery. Very faintly you could see the traditional San Fran smog behind some of the buildings. We ...
... Walked across the length of the Golden Gate Bridge...and we all survived. No one got blown off. Been a wonderful time in this town of crazy disparity. There are lots of homeless people here, which is a really strange sight in one of the most wealthy places on earth! Took a little getting used to, especially as so many of them clearly had mental health issues...Onwards to LA via Pacific highway. Hollywood here we ...