Hitching Post Motel
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- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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The Seal Rookery was awesome. So much information on site about the Seals and the Volunteers who work down there everyday are really special people. They know so much about the Seals and are willing to repeat and share their knowledge so graciously to all. We learnt so much and they really made the stop that much more special.
Kelly Slater gave us tips to stop and see Monterey Aquarium and ...
... we saw deer and covered bridges. We went for a bush walk to an observation deck...but still no sign of Redwoods...cool woodpeckers though. Where are those Redwoods hiding. We will find them tomorrow. We had giant pork spare ribs on a open charcoal fire for dinner and cherry pie from the farmers market. So much food! Remember to leave us a comment and say Hi as we would love to hear from you! -Grace
... settling into catch up with Trevor & Joc. That evening we went to Fremantle Prison to do the night tour. This was pretty cool and one I would definitely recommend when in Perth. Our flight to Auckland was booked for October 1st so we had 3 days in Perth to enjoy the sights and sounds of this very pleasant city. Trevor & Joc also volunteered to take us around to some of the must see sights Perth had to offer which was amazingly generous of the, to offer their time like that ...
... side of the bay. We then crossed over the Golden Gate Bridge and into the downtown area where we drove around for a bit, stopped to get lunch at a decent vegan spot, but then pushed on towards Santa Cruz. In Santa Cruz we had organized to stay at the HI Hostel, which turned out to be the nicest hostel we had ever been to. Only a few blocks from the ocean and downtown, the hostel is comprised of a few small cottages each with a few bathrooms, a dining area, and ...
... monster for miles up the valley. The valley
today looks like a detonated mine field. There were three dredges, one of which
they dismantled and shipped off to Peru
to do it all again.
Back to the Fossil Beds: the scenery here is unique. So many hills are peaked or cone shaped; their colours are: brown, red, green, purple, yellow, grey blue. I’m trying to go around the ...