Days Inn Monterey-Fisherman's Wharf/Aquarium
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... seems useless as they do not really come out right The pictures do not reflect what your eyes can admire. It's incredible. We managed to see some sea elephants.. those things are huge! They just... lay on the beach.. sunbathe... and chill. That's the Cali way of life! Drove by Morro bay and Big Sur.. and got to Monterey in the evening. Why is it so cold im the evening here? We were freezing.. or.. I was! Time to go now.. more fun is coming my ...
... station before entering and there was only another petrol station over 100km's on the other side of the NP so we had to consider how much driving around we would be doing if any.
All loaded up, food, water and fuel and off we went and managed to enter Karijini NP at around 14:30. We booked 5 nights at a campsite in Dales Gorge we figured would be good to base ourselves for a little while and drive to various places as we needed to. That afternoon we stretched our legs ...
... br> Centre. The close photo shot with the giant Asian Owl who was eyeing off
Rossi’s not really that big right ear, was a treat.
By the way, how do you build
fences when you have plenty of straight timber? You do it zig-zag fashion. Some
are a hundred years old and still standing. They criss-cross meadows like cross
stitching on green fabric.
... We then strolled back to Boudins the bakery for breakfast just as it opened at 8. I ordered a ham and cheese sandwich and latte whilst Matt went for the scrambled egg with bacon and peppers served in their famous sour dough bread bowl with a portion of potato wedges and a hot chocolate. After a last look around a couple of shops we headed back to the hotel to pack up and check out. We arrived at Avis to pick our car at 10am, ...
... we almost managed to get to the furthest point allowed before we had to turn around. we then embarked on some retail therapy. samson has been seeking another t-shirt that has a modified starbucks logo on it. alas, most shops had sold out, the design is extremely popular according to one sales assistant.
we paid a quick visit to the monterey museum, but this proved to be not worth the 8 dollars fee. i'm interested in the whole development of the area by the ...