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... just out from them was a massive pod of whales which looked like they were feasting on the many delights the ocean had. We sat and watch them spray water to awesome heights from their blow holes,we watched them breach from ocean to frolic in play. We stopped many times along this stretch of road to watch the migrating whales at play. We stopped in at seal beach. This beach is filled with elephant seals of every shape and size. The males surround themselves with a bevy ...
... their Jack Russell, Diesel, on bi-daily walks around the neighbourhood admiring succulents in gardens and blossoms on trees.
I met the neighbours from 92-year-old Lloyd and Marg with her zimmerframe, Lobster hunter Ross and his fluffy hens pecking under a one-hundred-year old Avocado tree to cool wrestling coach Michael and his garden avery, carnivorous orchids, wood-fire heated bamboo greenhouse, surf boards on the ceiling and pet sharks.
... like Mcdonald's where everything is already frozen. At ''In N' Out'', the fries are homemade and the other ingredients were recently bought so everything taste good.
I had a BLAST at Disneyland and food was delicious so I had a literally perfect day!
By the way, shout out to TY who is making my internship so much more fun!!!
This week will sadly be my last full week in Santa Barbara. Time went by so freakin' fast! On Tuesday, ...
... and set up for 2 nights at the Pismo Sands RV Village. From what I could gather Pismo is very much a place for grey nomads - or snowbirds as they call them here. Lots of oldies in RV's soaking up the warmth. But a very pretty place to do it and great weather all year round. We spent lots of time relaxing at the pool, walking on the beach (and a little shopping!). It was very nice just to relax for a couple of days after all the travelling and sightseeing of ...
... were stuck in a traffic jam and inched forward at about 10km an hour. It was a pretty excruciating afternoon. Finally got to our hotel in Anaheim with a collective sigh of relief! Poor Si!
Didn't have much time at the hotel before heading out for the boys "surprise" evening out. They couldn't cope with not knowing where we were taking them. Drove to Buena Park to Medieval Times dinner and tournament which was set in a huge castle. There was a king ...