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... by the size if the meals. I an down to eating half meals and the kids sides and we still cant finish them.
I am thrilled with Pipers snorkelling skills and we are having lots of fun playing in the reefs. We watch turtles swimming just off our beach.
Georgia has been busy shopping ad we will have to send another ship to bring her bags home.
Will catch up again
... lines and towns with more cliff houses and balconies looking over the Pacific Ocean. A magical coastline!!! Fourth stop Santa Barbara. Eeeek after dark this drive is taking longer than we both thought. Oh well it's been a long drive but one we will never forget. Pictures do not do any of the views justice. Some things need to be experienced first hand. Driving on the right ...
... there is wealth cheek by jowl with grinding poverty ( I cite Valencia st a block from Mission and 21/22/23/24 streets.) Also top of end of Market just next to Castro ( pink dollar rules there). It seems more noticeable here than other US cities I have seen this trip. Cleaning and laundry in the afternoon followed by trip to cinema on Van Ness with Lesley to see Vinterberg's The Hunt - excellent tense thought-provoking film. Mads Mikkelson is my new crush ...
... electricity, nature and to do with our senses. We made a complicated path for a marble using tubes, copper pipe, slopes and corners. There was a gallery about San Francisco Bay - the geology, the water, weather. There was even a view of the Bay like an Air Traffic Controller screen that showed all the boats on the bay and what type they were. It was a really fun and interesting ...
... no choice but to see what I have to say due to Facebook's revolutionary auto-stalker news feed. But I digress. This is supposed to be a travel blog so I will (attempt to) spare you kind readers from my more opinionated and non-sequitor tirades.
Back to the matter at hand. I'm about to fly to Amsterdam(!!!) and I have no idea what to expect. In typical Pearson fashion, I loosely organized all the logistics for this trip and ...