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After a minimal "breakfast" provided by our motel, we went shopping in San Rafael for some traveling snacks, beverages and sundries + a cooler. We then headed north up Sir Francis Drake Blvd to explore Point Reyes Seashore at Olema. The marine layer of fog gave us just occasional glimpses of the shoreline, but when we did see it, it was indeed ...
... what felt like) 70mph, certainly cools any raging facial sunburn you may have. Top tip. This afternoons's fun and games was taken up with a trip back to Fisherman's Wharf (tacky) to catch our boat to Alcatraz. It is a genuinely eerie experience to take the ferry to the island, taking in the same views as some decidedly shady characters - Al Capone spent four and half years on the island. It is also topical that the big story stateside currently is of two escaped convicts who ...
... of the bridge and to see the sea lions by pier 39. Although the day didn't end as cheaply as intended, as after seeing the price of Levi's here, we couldn't resist buying a pair each.
After checking out on our last day, we picked up the hire car from the city centre, made our way to the bridge for a quick waffle based breakfast and for one last view of the Pacific, probably for a while!
... object is to stay relaxed. If you tense up the ball will came to you and you lose. It was fun.
We found the Left Hand Store for left handed people. It was Maureen's dream store and for the first time in her life she now owns a left handed can opener. We passed by the Sock Market but I couldn't pass up the opportunity to take a ...
... that changed the world, or some cure for something. I guess it takes all kinds to get us all to where we're at. It is what it is.
We eat our sandwiches while traveling on down the road, watching the incredible coastline before us. Perhaps meeting the people in the market serves to make us appreciative of what we have, of what we are able to experience, the travel we are able to do. We feel lucky and humble to ...