Quality Inn on 144 Kern Street
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The term "out of the deep blue" could not have been more fitting for the first encounter with our whaleshark. Our heads were under water looking straight ahead when suddenly out of nowhere a dark shadowy mass appeared and formed into this magnificent creature. We actually nearly swam straight into its mouth as we had under-estimated how quickly the shark was swimming towards us. Tara only just managed to get her fins out the way of its head in time to watch its ...
... Orcas. A pod of Dall's Porpoises joined us, surfing across our bow. We spotted an Elephant Seal as it surfaced after a dive, a pretty rare sight out in the ocean. We couldn't find any Orcas, but we'd had a great day out on the ocean. The weather had turned windier and colder as we turned back for home. Coming into Monterey Bay we were joined by a pod of Pacific White-Sided Dolphins feeding in the bay. A great end to wonderful trip. ...
... Mexican cuisine. Offered as a topping or side, cooked into a stew, or incorporated into traditional Mexican dishes, the green chile is quite possibly my favorite thing about the whole state. Everything should be smothered in green chile (and often is)...love it. Every major meal in the area featured them to one extent or ...
... so we can see more of the Aquarium, but we do get caught at a few places, as we simply are enjoying the chance to stretch our legs and relax! When we notice we have very little time left before parking expires, I go on ahead and grab photos of some of the rest of the sections and head out to move the car - I think I remember getting there with about a minute to spare. So I drive around Monterey a bit, and plan dinner while ...
... otters, and the kelp tank with many fish and smaller sharks.
We decided to stay for the 4pm feeding in the kelp tank so Zach could see a real scuba diver feeding the fish. He was absolutely enthralled by the scuba diver and so had a major meltdown all the way down the street to the car when we left..sigh!
We drove down the Pacific Coast Highway to a top campground in Big Sur. It was about 5:30pm so the light was perfect and we ...