The Inn At Mavericks
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... Then to the Golden
gate bridge, which was also really really windy. So many windsurfers flying
around in the choppy ocean, I wished at that moment that I could windsurf! As I
learnt on the wakeboard, God hasn’t gifted me in the surfing department. We saw
Alcatraz as well, on a rock just out from the port. Apparently trying to escape
from there was impossible; hard enough getting out from your cell, let alone
the long swim back across currents and tides that ...
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... 39. So we did. We had lunch at the Wipe-out bar and grill. Marie had fish and chips and I, having eaten curry not long ago, had an appetizer of coconut shrimp skewers. It was great. Then we caught the bus back to the tour office and walked (uphill) back to the hotel. Marie stayed at the hotel for a rest while I walked back to Pier 39 taking photos, including of the resident Sea lions. I also checked out the restaurants looking for a nice one for ...
... good. And it was, The island has fleas... Next on the agenda was the Treasure Island Flea. A unique open flea market on Treasure Island under the Bay Bridge. What fun! Every type of person was there and they all seemed to have brought their pocket sized dogs with them. It's just one night... It's just one night... Drove out of the city to the surf town of Half Moon Bay. Checking in and out of 5 hotels this week ...
My trip is starting off with a bang. Although the Emirates driver picked me up 15 minutes late, he redeemed himself by being extremely friendly. Moustafa is Egyptian and talked fondly of his home country. He fled due to the recent turmoil and is living in Palo Alto. We hit it off on the way to SFO and chatted easily. He offered to bring me Egyptian food when we next meet ...