Crystal Lodge Motor Hotel
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- Free parking
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... on the west coast, we have to watch the sun go down over the pacific - its the law, and a very beautiful law. Then its back over the footbridge to the motel and the hot tub. (note to Simon Johnson - no pink champagne was drunk, no shena****ns of any sort ensued.) The next day we made for the hills and Lake Casitas campground. Several other camp sites we looked at were unsuitable - one was right next to the interstate and our experience in Quartzsite AZ had ...
... and head to the beach which is beautiful. There are surfers in the sea and its fun to relax on the beach and watch them ride the waves. The other thing that is amazing is the amount of huge houses throughout Malibu in the hills. You can understand why so many of the rich and famous decide to live there.
We pack up the car and head to Santa Monica. This looks a lot more commercial and aimed at tourists with rides on ...
... night up watching porn with Geyser so went out to sleep in the back of his van on the driveway. As we were laying there in the dark I began to think over the situation and whispered to Jeremy, "is it was a bit weird that we were sleeping in the van of a porn guy who has been making us watch his videos, on the property of a mad cat woman, in the middle of nowhere with very little idea of where we are? Should I lock the doors? He answered back with a definite yes and "should I ...
August 13th – Left Newport Beach and drove to Ventura where we checked in at the Ventura Beach RV resort. It was 64 degrees outside at 5PM!
August 14th - We had lunch at Johnny's Mexican Restaurant (on the Avenue),where Dex had been a steady patron about 40 years ago. The food was as good now as it was back then! We shopped Trader Joe’s for some wine and then drove down Canada Largo Rd. ...
... place that very much reminded me of Cathedral Cove in NZ, the McWay Falls. The Falls drop from the top of the cliff to a little beach at the bottom which is pretty much inaccessible by land. It would be a great place for a picnic. But one-man picnics are never much fun so I jumped back in the car and carried on. I then had a fairly big stretch of driving, stopping a few times for photos before I reached the Piedras Blancas Rookery, home to a ****-load of ...