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... cheap accommodation and are able to cook some decent food in the kitchen.
It was only 1pm so we thought we would make the most of the day and visit the Aquarium. It had rave reviews and is said to be one of the best in the world, so us being marine lovers it was high on our list of to-dos. The Aquarium sat right on the waterfront at the end of Cannery Row, which was another must do for another day, and only a few minutes walk from the hostel. It cost $80 for us both ...
... vibe, with lots of art galleries / jewellery, shops and beautiful restaurants along the main drag and Cannery Row. The housing style in Monterey is also quite different to LA and other parts of California that we have become accustomed to. It has a Mediterranean flavour about it - I am not sure why, but it reminded me of Nafplio in Greece, even though it is different to Nafplio. I fell in love with everything about Monterey and found ...
... it's huge at 25 meters and has a high diving board, he also had a zoo built here too and apparently three are zebra's still out and about on the ranch here. On his death, Hearst gave it all away to the state to be a national park. Next stop for us is to see a Rookery of elephant seals which have taken over a beach 6 miles from the castle, they are massive and lounge around in large groups, barking and sleeping at each other, whilst ...
... 8217;ve got to keep taking detours, there’s so bloody much to see. Of course you all
know about Smith Rock; it’s the Mecca of all rock climbers, having one of the three most difficult official climbing sites in the world; and it’s also several magnificent high rock outcrops
bounded to the south by a grassy edged wandering river to redeem their starkness.
A bit ...
... through my mind. How can I get rid of Mooch? I’ve never ended a friendship before. Oh, I know what I’ll do. I’ll write a “Dear John” letter, and hand it to her when she leaves tomorrow.
The following morning, when Mooch and her boyfriend depart, I hand Mooch the letter I wrote in a sealed envelope, and ask her to read it later. A feeling of relief, ...