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... involves getting tipsy and staying up past midnight just spitballing about life on board and such not. I had a conversation about wanting to commemorate a tattoo to this adventure and made a point of saying I didn’t want an anchor, a compass or a boat tattoo (already got one of those), instead the idea was suggested to use navigational flags, which is really like the idea of. If anybody knows any guest artists working in Sydney on the ...
... from San Francisco. The parking lot at the market is filled with Bentleys and Porsches, their drivers shopping inside. For the first time on our trip, the people are not friendly. None smile or make eye contact. They walk right in front of you and don't bother to say excuse me. I had one woman make eye contact with me. I nodded hello and she smiled. They were in front of us at the register....turns out they were from France. ...
... we had a stroll part way along,and that was our first day over. Next morning we set off to ChinaTown. It's a long street decorated with lanterns, and many interesting shops. Some market or food stalls would have been nice, but there were none. We jumped on a trolleybus and rode up to Mason and Powell, one of the famous hills of San Fran. The trolley buses were originally conceived back in 1873, when Andrew Hallidie, saw a horse ...
... even half empty. A plate of nachos and a variety of chilli dips was brought to the table as an appetiser and the main courses themselves were a delicious blend of crunchy, spicy and tangy and packed with flavour.
After our meal, and our slightly fuzzy heads from earlier in the day, we deiced to call it a night knowing that we had an early start for our next days adventure -collecting our hire car and making our way to the incredible natural beauty of Yosemite National Park. ...
So, today we had an early start! Well by early I mean 7am our time, which is about 3pm your time! We got the early bird boat across to Alcatraz Island to spend the morning there. We did the cell block tour, I didn't realise how much history the place has! It was brilliant, definitely worth a visit if you haven't already been :-) Back on dry land ...
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