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Back in foggy city now, home of the World Series winners, The Giants. Yes, grey skies and fog enveloped again, comforting, home, sleep-deprived but know I can relax for the day, without obligations, even to dance. But, of course, I will have to go to Milonga tonight to infect as many as I can with the BA -- Buenos Aires -- way of dancing, a more rigorous form of dancing -- before it ...
... are in Portland at the moment (where I am waiting for my flight to) and we might meet up for lunch tomorrow before they head back up to Canada. I’m hoping they might be around some of the areas I’ll
travel through whilst I’m up there too. It’s always nice to see a familiar face.
Lily and Sheila arrived back at the hostel and me and Lily stayed up chatting in the lounge bit late into the night. It was a ...
... 32C) in Sausalito.
We went for crepes and drinks by the shore and enjoyed the sunshine and Sausalito people watching. We were interrupted in our reveries by a large very noisy parrot, who it turned out was called Chinook. The boys went to investigate and were treated to half an hour holding and being amused by Chinook and his owner.
Before long it was time to set out for home again. We went to the back of the ferry queue, which due ...
... wind that seems to lurk about the city ready to pounce.
Found a great Mexican cafe for lunch and 2 beers, which has knocked us out.
We have been struck by how helpful everyone is here, you only have to be looking puzzled at a street sign or with your map spread out in front of you and someone is there offering you help.
... successfully, and were never to be seen again. Once the audio tour was done, we went back down to the docks to meet for a short guided 'Escapes' tour, which expanded some more on the escape stories and included entering the Laundry facility.
After a quick trip back to the top for a wander and some more photos, we got the ferry back at about 12.50pm and headed to Hard Rock Cafe on Pier 39 for lunch. Nachos here are $11.95, not the $22 price tag back in ...