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... Adam was quite spoiled for choice in SF with many vegetarian and vegan options. The restaurant did live up to its name and I was quite surprised at how delicious the food could be without meat or dairy. Even dessert, a chocolate mousse pie with cashew crust and coconut cream was rich beyond comparison. Our day ended with our pillows being delivered at midnight (since the new unit had none) at midnight, some hour and a half after Adam had called for ...
... place I was in. What I saw before me down valley view might have even brought a tear to my eye. Just don't tell anyone, OK? Ahem.
I need to send thanks to my Uncle Derek at this point because without his recommendation I don't think I would have made the trip out to Yosemite. That would have been a real shame as it was most definitely the most incredible place I have ever been. I can't even describe the sheer magnitude of these rocks to you. I wish you could all see it ...
Well, we finally arrived... battered, tired but ready to start our California adventure! We arrived before midday at the lovely flat we booked through Airbnb on Chestnut Street, a 10 minutes walk from Fisherman's Wharf. We did get a little sad that we were not their the night before to fully enjoy the flat, including a view of the bay, but such is life, we press on! We were back out the door quickly to explore Pier 39 and to ...
... for something to eat. Tracy started to look for her purse. Nowhere to be found. Phone up hotel. Micah took Tracy's bag down to the car and it must have dropped out and someone handed into reception. Least it was there, but can not get it until end of holiday. Ordered lunch, went to pay, card declined, overdrawn. Lucky for Levi having his card. Went to put money on card, bank sends code to ...
... is stressful and the cost of living is tremendous and all the while I need to keep focused on spiritual things. Sometimes the stress gets to me and when I reach that breaking point, I need to get away.
San Francisco gave me some fresh perspective and enough of a break to recharge my batteries and see myself through until the next major trip. 4 days isn't allot of time but when you consider the fact that I maintain a weekly schedule of working 6 days a week ...