Big 6 Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Monday morning we cant believe a month has passed already as we make our way down the west coast of California to Santa Cruz via the pacific highway. Found our accommodation o.k. Not very welcoming, (the Witch) hardly said 2 words chucked the form to fill in across the counter, asked for credit card, gave key, off we go. We settled in and went for …
... beach and theres a lot of beaches here. On the half mile warf there are sealions chilling at the end floating about creating a mini island.
Heading to the one and only club in the area I was hopeful for a good night. I seem to have picked up a bad habit of instantly forgetting peoples names once they've told me. I think this is partly because me and Rob usually come ...
... then there's $100 for Club hire, not including cart if you want one. So after currency conversion that's about $650Aus. Mmm, maybe next time. Geoff wasn't fussed and I couldn't anyway because I injured a toe that morning and could hardly walk. Lucky!
After leaving here it wasn't far to the quaint little town of Carmel-by-the-Sea. It has a country club type of feel and convertibles cruise the streets. Well dressed ...
... because I absent mindedly took the keys with me back and they couldn't work on the truck fully like they needed. Luckily they only needed an hour more so I was to come back the next day and have it all squared away. I went to pick up my bike and talked with Shannon for a bit over tea and possibilities of work while I was in town. That night, I called, Alexandra, a friend I had made through Hilma and Bob in Santa Cruz and she and her ...
Ho Ho Ho from Santa....Cruz.
We had another nice motor down from Half Moon Bay. (We have typed that sentence more times than we care to count.) The first several hours were even in the sunshine! A rare treat on this trip. We are beginning to see more and more sealife. Dolphins are becoming a regular part of our days. They are very small in size compared to those back home but they make up for it in numbers. Bob and Dee Dee ...