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We then ventured down Highway 1 which has spectacular views and sea wildlife to boot, we spotted some whales out at sea and followed them down the coast for a while down through Big Sur we were hoping to see a sunset over the ocean, unfortunately the cloud moved in about an hour before sunset.
Arriving at Santa Barbara it was late and dark so did not get to see much, tomorrow it is of to ...
... ended up buying a portable gas burner, my Daddy would do anything for me!
After we booked in we went for a drive to see a huge castle built way up in the mountain by a very rich man, it was called Hearst Castle. We also saw Sea Lions on the beach and I saw squirrels for the first time! Daddy and me liked them but Mummy didn't!
Mummy, Daddy and me were very ...
... we have at home (like fresh drinking water) and don’t want to ever take for granted.
Besides the question of "What was your favorite place?" another popular question that took some time to answer was, “What was the most important lesson you learned?” Lessons were learned daily, some that were good to know for the day, but many that will impact us for the rest of our lives. If I had to list just one, the ...
... beach front. The dinner table had an open fire inside it and patio heaters. We were the only people brave enough to eat outside and had a cozy dinner on our second last night! I went for my fave fish and chips and so did natalie. It was amazing and arrived in oldskool paper like the olden days of chippys!! It was top fish and freshly cooked with strips of cod and peppered chips...by the fire this was an amazing dinner!
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... She has developed into a real pro, producing gallery quality paintings of European street and landscape scenes, often working from photographs her husband Curtis has taken on their trips abroad. For his part, Curtis took a woodworking course and is now producing amazing wood bowls and vases in his home workshop, combining all the finest woods: mahogany, walnut, maple and the like into exquisitely shaped and finished works of art. It was a ...