Shores Inn & Suites
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... make sure I haven't caused anything nasty from Central America we thought it safer to see a doctor. Jim puts me on a liquid diet for 2 days to give my intestines a rest and to clear out any bacteria that I may have caught. Boo to the liquid diet.
We return home and Hinesh and Chikki enjoy a nightcap and we all chat til we are tired.
Day 2: liquid diet involves only clear liquids and jell-o. So brekkie was jell- o. This will ...
... This is most definitely a drive that everyone should do if they ever get the chance, the views are stunning. Some time after we'd stopped pulling in to every vista point, we spotted one that we simply can't ignore, "Elephant Seal Vista Point", too good to miss. There is a string of beaches and they're full of these large creatures basking in the sun while all crammed together like sardines in a can. There are none of the huge mature males with their long trunk like noses ...
... we invited their two boys to play in Eva's paddling pool. She was a gym instructor and he was was a fireman / surfer. Interesting and fun people and probably the youngest we had met on our trip thus far. They fully convinced us of the amazing quality of life here (we have since begun discussing a move to California) and introduced us to Smores. These are homemade delicacies, consisting of a melted marshmallow and dark chocolate, sandwiched between biscuits. They made a pregnant lady very ...
... It turns out we have a bit of family history here as well as back in San Luis Obispo. Rick's Mom e-mailed us that his Dad proposed to her on Stearns Pier in Santa Barbara way back when. It's a beautiful and romantic place. How cool it was to be able to visit the spot where those two kids had started their lives together so many years ago. What a treat!
Well that's all for this edition of our blog. From here it's off to Ventura.
... was back on the road. Tripadvisor had recommended Pfeiffer Beach as a 'must see'. It involved turning off the Pacific Coast Highway and heading down a one lane road which needed to be shared by traffic going both ways. I feared for the Camaro. I made it down okay only passing a couple of cars on the way. As it was a state park, there was a ranger waiting to take $5 off me. We have it so lucky in NZ with all our National Parks having free access. I parked the ...