Rosewood Sand Hill
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Today was the last day of trek America. I was excited to head to San Francisco but also apprehensive at the thought of being on my own properly for the first time. We left camp around 8 and drove to San Fran, stopping along the way for in and out burger (which was amazing!) and got to San Francisco around 1pm. The first thing we did was walk over the Golden Gate Bridge. It was amazing! So high and I just can't fathom hype engineering of it. It was great to check ...
... down, they can make pretty good time as you will see.
I have always wanted to go to Antarctica, though I have harboured a concern that in going I would be contributing to the degradation of this pristine continent. In their marketing material, Lindblad Expeditions continually emphasizes the environmental safeguards it has in place. In fact, we had to walk in disinfecting pans both ...
... to dump our luggage and go exploring. We walked our way around Chinatown, Union Square and Market Street, when Jess decided she could no longer fight the urge to have her nose pierced. We found a place called Nomad Piercing, and about 15 minutes and some paperwork later, she had a piece of metal stuck in her nasal cavity.
We tried to catch a taxi back to our hotel, however we discovered that hailing a taxi in San Fransisco is nothing ...
... got to the camper place, we are both ****** off to the max, rattle off the problems with the van, end up meeting the CEO, and then end up getting an updated version of our camper. Similar spec but a lot newer and a lot better. Who says being a moany ******* doesnt work??? so we are on our way across the states in our new Blinged up RV. After a reconsideration of our time with the camper we have decided to ditch it earlier than expected, it means we have to drive ...
... between two of the countries top placed teams. Unfortunately the Athletics pitcher hadn't read the script. In a terrible first inning he gave away three runs and effectively the match. The Athletics came back, but the contest was effectively over. The boys soaked up the atmosphere and got an accelerated crash course in the rules of baseball. All in all it was a cracking night. We headed back into San Francisco buzzing from another adventure.