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... Put it this way… unless you have at least a couple of mill spare, don’t even bother looking! Oh what it must be like to live life with that much money! One can dream!
We continued on the 17-Mile Drive, stopping at all the different viewpoints and attractions on route. Our first stop was at the famous Pebble Beach Golf Links itself and we walked around to the 18th hole, which was situated on the stunning, rugged coastline. I couldn’t imagine a ...
... thought this was nice - we were about to be shocked. Once hitting the Pacific coast highway and a few miles in we were hit by the smell of the salty sea- it reminded me of home! Then to our left was the ocean right next to us - it was incredible!! We had 100 miles of this before getting to Monterey and all we had to do was sit back and take it all in.
There was something just so special about having the ocean on your left lapping up the beach below and the ...
Back on the bus to the visitors centre for lunch and then on the road again. Travelling close to the Pacific on a 2 lane road with mountains on our right hand. Stopped to see male elephant seals where they beach themselves for a month to malt and they don't eat during this time.
... chaos comes to paradise for three days. God Bless America for on
these days He’s obviously gone on holidays too; but somewhere else. (Now, now
We’ve still got nearly four weeks to go and much to look forward to. Our holiday has been filled with so much striking scenery; contact with wildlife; kayaking and hiking and
interesting things we haven’t yet started ...
... pair of decent binoculars to help me see... and there was lots to see, Not just the teeming birdlife, but also seals, sea lions, and the odd otter out in the ocean but close enough to see and recognise even without binoculars. The smell was pungent and quite revolting. A fine mix of bird poo and fish, I would think. Revolting. Having seen the finest sights one could wish for, we decided to go on towards Carmel, on the 17 mile Drive, which goes through Pebble Beach. Now, even ...