Seal Rock Inn
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This area is great for watching the iconic trams scale the steep hills of San Francisco and we just had to ride one hanging off the side - well I did. The trams were so busy, Mum, Dad and Ness were herded like sheep into the main cabin and told quite sternly to hold-on tightly. Whilst I got to stand on the side of the tram hanging-on for dear life. If I even leaned a few inches off the ...
... from yesterday's supermarket purchases) and ready for the day. It took a little longer than anticipated because we had to work out taps, power points, unpack things from our suitcases and get our back packs ready for the day. By the time we were ready to go we were both hungry again. Ray suggested Peet's for a coffee before we headed off. After consuming 'second breakfast' Ray, the ever-keen photographer, decided to grab a few more photos of his favourite ...
... soup, sour dough bread made to a bowl and put soup in it. We had Vietnamese and truly, I did not take any pics of my food throughout this trip so far.For me, the boat cruise might not be necessary if it was compared to hop on and off bus. But I was not really listening to the tour guide carefully and just paid $ 61 assuming they are mandatory. Cuz later on I did realise that not all were on the cruise.After cruising is city tour by the guide himself, where we made stops at ...
... but homeless people. Horrible, smelly, ugly freaks. Like from "the hills have eyes" or "wrong turn" films. Even Jamie looked handsome. No, really, he did!!!! So that just shows you to what extent of ugly on the ugliness scale these people were. Bet you didn't know it went below 0! Turns out the Asian man was brilliant fun. He was over to go round the American golf courses from Japan. I felt like ...
... each week I presume to pull. There were a lot of Brits and a handful of
Americans who were all ridiculously friendly. The bars were pretty ****, they
seemed like they were open purely for the crawl once a week. I got to the semi
final of the tournament without losing a game but then was destroyed by a
Chinese girl. Destroyed at rock paper scissors.
We ended the night with a couple of cool Irish guys and some