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... Of a day at the beach.
Heading north again we took the scenic Route 1, a convoluted road hugging the cliffs along the coast. It was spectacular, as promised and we ended up in Carmel-By-The-Sea and Monterey where the rich people play golf at Pebble Beach. Money may not buy happiness but it certainly buys beauty.
Next stop, San Jose, and a visit with Wendy's friend, Ciel Duke. Her ...
... the buildings and some of the victorian era stores. We also had an interesting visit with a master kayak builder who makes kayaks the original eskimo way. He said even the oldest eskimos did not know the process any more when he first started. He had to learn from photos and museum pieces and trial and error. Now he is teaching a new generation to make them. It was ...
... the day, and don't stay over. A few stay for one night. Thus the kitchen doesn't really need to create a varied dinner menu, since more people only experience it once, it that. We were unusual in staying for three nights.
After dinner, the kids played outside again, and we went to bed fairly early. Safari life is tiring!
WEDNESDAY, JULY 30
Breakfast Wed. was the same as Tuesday, and everyone had plenty to eat. ...
... supermarket chain) etc. I went for a walk, went into Safeway & got some water & a banana. Also noted they had a Starbucks in the supermarket, USA being the home of Starbucks I had to get a coffee - have to say a flat white from a nz Starbucks beats the coffee I got in the US one today. Went for a wander along the road in the sun with my water and stretched the legs, just across the road is a stream or small river. Back to my room & had a lovely much needed soak in ...
... there and I really liked it, so it felt good to be back in a car I knew. I was apprehensive driving in San Francisco because of all the hills, but luckily the route from the airport was a flat run, but still through the city so it was nice to drive past places like City Hall and so forth. The biggest thing I was excited about however, was driving over the Golden Gate Bridge. I have walked over it but I never thought I would get the chance to drive over ...