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Travel Blogs from Goleta
Woke up to find our three amigos from the previous day devouring multiple loaves of bread and Nutella outside the unwelcoming shower block. They had tried to blag themselves into a motel - one of them had a voucher and the other two were going to sneak in to the room. Oh to be so young and care-free. Unfortunately, their plan fell at the first hurdle as the voucher was invalid and they had to resort to camping in the end. The Dutch pair needed ...
... forested spot was homely enough to our liking, we walked down to the beach area. This was not the Californian beach I had envisioned from watching episodes of Baywatch. The ocean waves crashed all the way up to the shores rocky and pebble filled interior so our walk was a mix of bare feet and thongs for protection. After our beach walk, we found our way to ...
... away from people and were really looking forward to time with just the two of us. I realize as I type that how crazy it sounds because we are never apart, but it is the truth. It turns out our neighbors really wanted to hang out with us, so we didn't quite get the quiet alone time we had hoped for but we got to enjoy a few campfires at their site and s'mores! As we devoured the s'mores that evening looking out at the glowing lights on the oil rigs, we realized ...
... ocean and back. For a big adventure they sail up or down the coast to the next harbor and tie up to a dock! San Francisco Bay is the one exception. We’re able to confirm that none of these places can touch the San Juans. And of course the San Juans are just the beginning of the places we have to explore in the "great north wet."
The big question when we sailed out to these islands was where to go? As we mentioned there are four ...
... the 1925 earthquake , the centre was rebuild according to strict rules that dictated Mediterranean style architecture. It was founded in 1782 as a Spanish garrison.
The hotel we are staying in, The Santa Barbara Four Seasons, has a lovely old Spanish style and feel about it. The Spanish influence is to be seen everywhere. Really enjoying our bit of luxury and making the most of it before we fly home next week.
Weather once again fabulous. In the upper ...
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