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... s before MK started to play. He was also very talkative, I really hope this one will be available on USB-stick. After the show I said goodbye to Lis and Lorraine and their 2 cousins. I am so sorry that my sisters (I adopted Lis as my sister in 2013 and Lorraine is a real sister, so also my sister) won't attend the last show with me. Thanks, it was so good to see you again and party together. Wannee, her friend and I went for a last drink before we also said goodbye. Hope to see you ...
... downhill from now on, it got worse, we still went up and up and up. We were on our last small bottle of water and taking little sips as we didn’t realise just how long this loop was.
We finally see the light and start to feel like we’re heading down the mountain, and as we do get to the bottom we look down at our feet and they’re black. We are so dirty from the dry dirt kicking up and sticking to our legs from the ...
... the bay, the marina and the hills back over Santa Barbara. We could have stayed much longer but went back to the bikes, cycled down the pier and joined the kids in the hotel. We didn't stay long and managed to convince Becky to cycle too, as Rachael and I wanted to go back to the pier restaurant to eat. So we went and go got two more bikes from reception and the four of us headed on out onto Castillo St then over West Cabrillo Blvd and onto the cycle path on ...
... say that it just can't be bettered at home.....After dinner, we go for a walk down the pier, it's really busy this evening and with the light fading it seems weird that these piers have no sides or barriers, just some tree trunks to sit on at the edge, I guess if you fall in....your problem....the views are stunning especially as a full moon is rising up over the bay. Santa Barbara, is frankly one of the most beautiful places we have ever been to, ...
... along the beach. Gorgeous. I get the feeling Des would really like to come back to this place. I felt very pleased with myself this evening as it was the first time I'd been able to do a bit of shopping . yay. One of the shops we went to was called 'hot lix' and they sold insects covered in chocolate, Des challenged Bec (only $1) to eat a chocolate covered scorpion, he did so with the encouragement of other shoppers cheering him on. Not exactly I'm ...
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