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... giant kelp tank, 28 feet deep, was open topped with the sun streaming in made you feel under the water as the kelp sways.
Watched the sea otters for some time.They are very playful and seem to like playing to a crowd showing off their back stroke.
Saw penguins, local shore birds, puffins and turtles.
The large deep sea tank had huge blue fin and yellow fin tuna, very large sharks ...
... camped there.
Got back to the car and had ourselves a breakfast of cheese, fruit, and crackers while watching all
the people arriving to go hiking. There was one of the many bikers we saw along the Highway 1 having a bite to eat before going on a hike. Seems to be an awful grueling bike ride but guess if you like that sort of thing.............
... little in the waves. Steven, Reed & I stuck to just getting our toes wet! There were lots of surfers out riding the waves.
The best thing about the beach was all of the sea life we saw. On our first day, we saw a humpback whale & her calf, sea lions & dolphins. On the 2nd day, we saw a large pod of dolphins, a huge flock of pelicans divi bombing for their lunch, & ...
... which means The Enchanted Hill.
It sits atop a very high hill. To get to it, you have to board the special bus which takes nearly 10 minutes to drive you up the steep and winding road which was designed to give you fleeting glimpses of the castle as you drove up.
The castle is huge but also a little slap dash as it was built over 27 years and you can see where they added bits on. We were on the Grand Rooms tour which took us through ...
... parking meters and a very friendly local puts in his own money to pay up the meter much to our protesting. He seems very happy to help us out.
To add insult to injury the thermos, so ******** with their contents, prove to be cold. So coffee and tea was a complete waste of energy and distress.
We wander down to the pier to check out the entertainment and all the places for lunch. On our way a man with a trolley full of trained ...