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Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
Went for a proper explore of Santa Barbara today as yesterday mission turned into a wash out, and so glad we did it is an amazing little town/city so beautiful, went shopping for some new flip flops for em as hers broke this morning so thought it would be rude not to check out the other shops before trying out some more local seafood for lunch ...
A Campsite with ocean view – even it’s not for free J, and we have a lot of firsts: 1st time in shorts and bikini top – or Paul topless, 1st time we walk along the beach – ok so the water is still fairly cool – 1st time we sit in the sun, 1st time we BBQ outside…. And the 1st time we have time ...
... I order the Hot Shot (oyster with quail egg), as well as an assortment of nigiri. The wasabi, fresh, accompanied by white ginger. The service was just right. Not overbearing, unlike the guests at a nearby table, and the tea pot always full. It was a perfect way to reflect on the day's activities as I fill my body with delectable nourishment.
Santa Barbara, my first impressions are outstanding. I cannot wait to visit again.
... In the midst of all of this we found a great little place for breakfast. It was high on a hill with a deck that extended precariously over the edge to offer magnificent views of this fractured coast while we dined. Arrived in Santa Barbara late afternoon a little tired. Chilled out a bit. Boys had a swim in the pool and I did the laundary. Mitch and Ben weren't hungry so Katrina and I went to flash little restaurant-a local secret revealed to us by a Santa Barbaran. Michael ...
... we climbed into the back seat and headed off slowly. We got chatting with Christine, Timmy's girlfriend, a red headed, loud and lovely New Yorker who was in the front seat, but before long we had a petrol problem and the old van was running low but there was no need to worry as we were about to have our first experience of 'jugging'. Jugging, a common past-time of the travelling poor involves going to a petrol station (generally with no attendant on duty due to the illegal ...
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