Monterey Surf Inn
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... another tidy town with endless restaurants and tourist entertainment along the wharf and waterfront. Fishermans wharf and cannery row .... we walked the full length, and had dinner at cannery row, in a typical American sports bar, as soccer was on the tv, and apparently this was interesting.
Once the sun disappears, it's quite cold here, surprisingly as its very hot during the day. Strange weather in this country!
... There is absolutely NO soundproofing, no radio, no TV, no phone, no WIFI and no keys – you slide a board across the door from the inside. When you leave, the top half of the split door is open. Each cabin has one dim light and a fireplace, that’s it!
Monterey, CA: A beautiful city geared for relaxing. The town is full of art galleries, gift shops, fancy hotels and excellent restaurants catering to ...
... and it is attached to a military golf course. Josh has to make the reservations for us and it works out perfectly. It is about 15 minutes away from their house in Carmel, so it is very handy.
After getting all checked in, we drove to Josh's, Wanda's and Lilly's house. They had flowers, balloons and a big present ready for me when we ...
... its a huge rusty satellite dish in the middle of nowhere with a one room museum displaying the dusty recollections of when this place was one popular, if it ever was. Carnarvon is an interesting enough town where you can spend a couple days before its time to move on. As we were now making our way to Coral Bay, nearly at the top of our journey north, the roads were more and more quiet, seeing only a handful of cars throughout the day. To prove this level of quiet and remoteness ...
... us out.
But the dredge was mind blowing
in the concept. Bigger than a Manly ferry it created its own harbour, digging
the earth (and hopefully gold) from in front of it and throwing the tailings
out the back and with every bite the harbour moved forward as the hole got
longer in the front and short at the back taking the water with it. The nine
feet deep harbour took ...