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Travel Blogs from Laguna Beach
... s, presumably adding just a “small” fraction to the Australian base price of $900,000 to $1.4 million. I suggest that he’s likely to have to go to China or Russia to actually see one of “his” cars on the road, but David assures us that two of his regular Aussie furniture customers have already expressed an interest. Clearly, it’s not gloom and despondency for all Australians!
We brave the rain and splash through streets ...
... hilly area to HB. The area is similar to Camps Bay/Clifton, steep busy roads and massive larny houses with roads leading to the sea. I was pretty bleak to have finished my snow season, with the ski lifts and soft powder snow, ...
Another day at Disneyland's theme park. This time Disney California Adventure. Kids so excited at the hotel shuttle waiting line. Once we boarded we stopped 30 seconds up the road to another hotel where a 3 year old asked are we there now. We spent a few hours at the park. Seems we are all theme parked out. We ...
... a truly
lovely race. Not many places that I have
felt unsafe. So many people just want to
talk – oh and they love Australians – the language is sometimes a problem as is
driving on the wrong side of the road.
The Americans are a race of people who accept, they love tourists and
they love to talk to you.
I feel so lucky with the people I have met in this vast land,
such giving people ...
... Laguna. We managed to find a place to park the motor home, always a challenge when you are driving a vehicle of that size in a place you don't know. Laguna Beach itself is quite a stunning resort, with a soft golden sand beach set against a gently curved bay lined with palm trees. As was to be expected, the beach was full of sun kissed beautiful people, some playing beach volley ball or just sunbathing. The town is full of some of the prettiest shops and ...