- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... cycling through cilantro (coriander) fields and being blown backwards by the severe and dusty gusts. The happiness from yesterday and earlier on had quickly vanished. With Route 101 looming we had to make a decision as to whether it would be safe to go on the shoulder, or better to find another way round. The latter was likely to be a significant detour and the previous logic from El Capitan of being blown into the ditch and not the trucks seemed to work this time. ...
... the sand. We went for a walk up the pier, booked dinner, had an ice-cream and I got a chat up with some Brits in true John Harris style. Walked back to our room, which is lovely and very charming. It has a real Colonial American feel and doesn't feel like your usual generic hotel room. We all had an afternoon swim in the lovely hotel pool. The kids put on some lovely performances for the parents including a mermaid musical, a dolphin dance ...
... and it looked like something from a horror movie so we decided to go back to the previous place and got the last room. We paid more than we wanted for a pretty rubbish room but it was clean and safe. Time to explore on foot. Off we went down to the beach front. From there we walked along to the pier. Kirsty almost gave me a heart attack grabbing me and flapping her hands. Turns out she saw someone famous, didn't know his name and didn't want to draw ...
... the road with the sun glimmering on the marshes directly to our right until we found an optimum hitching spot (always of great importance) and stuck out our thumbs. After a short ten minute's an old, bright orange Westphalia camper van pulled in and out climbed Timmy, a tall, chunky guy with thick blonde dreads, a disintegrating Grateful Dead t-shirt and blue dungaree's. He came round to open the door for us and 2 dogs jumped out onto the side of the highway and had to be ...
... s very difficult to predict where they will resurface. I was feeling happy that we'd seen two in the distance when we were directed to the other side of the boat as a third whale had surfaced a few metres away from the boat. He was about 70 metres long and as he turned slowly at the surface we saw how huge that was. We were treated to a very rare flip of the tail, to the amazement of the guide.
We got back to the Wharf in Monterey feeling windswept ...