Monterey Bay Lodge
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... towns and bushland. Fast forward to Leroy Turnbull 2015 all I have is my 20kg of luggage, a hire car, gps, go pro, couple of iphones and wallet full of cash.
With no real plan on where I was going to stop I decided to stop at Pismo beach purely for the fact this is where I left the 101 and began to enter the California 1. Wasn’t much going on there except for a couple of ...
Day 82 - Exploring Monterey We enjoyed a relaxed lie in after a busy few days of early starts. Once up, we spent quite some time hanging out in the kitchen, cooking eggs, testing out different poaching techniques. Delicious on sourdough bread! After a leisurely breakfast, we all donned our sports gear and headed out on bikes to the recreation trail which runs alongside the coast. The bikes, which were for free use as part of the flat, were chopper style with legs in front - not ideal for ...
... beach soaking up the Rays. Pretty cool! The next part of our trip took us up the coast to Big Sur. Some beautiful see views on one side and beautiful valleys and forests on the other. We stopped quite a few times as Andrew was desperate to see a condor. Not sure if we did or not but did see some sort of black bird miles up in the air. We made our camp in ...
... were fish glistening close to the surface and some even flying out of the water. Every now and then, a big orca mouth would come straight out of the water. It was really something to see. The next group we noticed was one or two in the pod were performing great tail slaps, 5, 6, 7, 8 times in a row. Then they seemed to disappear. Again, very exciting to watch.
Monterey is nice – spread out since I was last ...
... ocean's coast, Santa Cruz reminded me of a stereotypical Californian beach town. It even came equipped with teenage Mexican gangsters with knee high tube socks and poorly grown moustaches that stood guarding the doorways of the local arcades. The beach boulevard was lined with restaurants, souvenir and surf shops which faced a long stretch of sandy beach front with kayaks, people and surf ...