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... the Mustang. Hundreds of them, convertibles especially, mainly black.
14. Elephant Seals. Pulled in at "Elephant Seal Vista" and indeed there were hundreds of elephant seals, on the beach, in the water, generally cluttering up the view.
15. Hearst Castle. Zipping by the House on The Hill. For the second time in my life. There it was, way up there.
16. Morro Bay and the Rock. Stayed at The Breakers, a ...
... bay, the kayak allowed us to get up close to the sea lions sleeping on a pontoon and the sea otters we had seen earlier in the day. An hour well spent!
Jonathan and Ben returned to the beach at 4.30pm and went for a swim and surf in the cold Pacific. Ben got wiped out completely but was keen to go straight back in once he had finished coughing up the seawater.
We called it a day at 5.30pm as we were all a little pink and starting ...
... or travel plans “Oh, I went to Carlsbad when I was a kid, did I tell you that next year I’m thinking about going to Italy, yea the trip of a lifetime for me!” And so the story goes. But that’s fine. That’s what we expect. That’s part of being home. In fact, it’s part of why we come back.
Cuz one of these days, just perhaps one of these days, the road will call and I might be gone for ...
... We were knackered by the time we reached it and we must have looked at it for about twenty seconds before taking the much easier walk back down the hill. We waited for the next bus and joined the route that would take us back to our car.
By this time it was dark but there was one thing we had wanted to do in San Francisco that we couldn't do on the tour bus. Lombard Street has a tiny zig zagged road which is one of the photographed streets in America. We ...
... a seal joined us, swimming in the water just ten or so feet offshore. Safely making the return climb to the bluff, we jumped back in the car to continue our drive. We stopped next at a roadside vista point where elephant seals congregate at various times throughout the year. We were fortunate enough to see a good number of male seals sprawled on the sand, molting for the season. We watched as they threw sand on their backs, heaved their heavy bodies around, ...