Inn by the Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... done in. Who's idea was that??? Fat English Pigs haha. So I waddled down the street with a half smirk on my face. We then popped to the beach, a very pretty one too but you wouldn't want to paddle your feet. Oh no you wouldn't. It was freezing. I even brought a body board but nah-ahh. Catch a cold in there. So after the fish was walked off and the toes had warmed up it was time for... Drive in cinema time!! ...
... amp; Jenny need to go somewhere. I happily watch the kids. They are so cute and easy to have. Why not just being an au-pair again. This would be terrific. Ty & Jenny even prepared their guest house for me to stay. I do not only have my own bed- and bathroom. I also have a living room, kitchen, hallway, my own patio. Just so ...
Seriously, this past week could not be worse than it actually was. I did not do anything fun or at least interesting to write about. On Saturday evening, I started to have a sore throat: something bad was coming. On Sunday, I felt like... ''****''. In the morning, I woke up sweaty while being really cold, having the worst headhache and being dizzy. It really wasn't fun. I still felt like ...
... was one more long motor to get to Point Conception. (On a related note we have now motored for 240 hours since we launched the boat July 1. That's the equivalent of 30 eight hour days or 6 forty hour weeks. While that kinda sounds like a job, it's been worth every single minute.)
The only excitement on the way was provided when Patti spotted a mola. They are also known as sunfish. They are one of the weirdest looking ...
... full of friggin crazies, the boardwalk is scattered with jewellery and henna tattoo stalls and musicians. We had to keep out whits about us not to get run over by skateboarders, cyclists or rollerbladers. We had a quick lunch in a bar on the boardwalk and headed up to Santa Barbara, out first stop on the Pacific Coast Highway. We didn't get to see much of ...