Pleasant Inn Motel
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... coast is not, in general, sunny - this is a myth people. The warm, moist Pacific air hits the mountains on the Californian coast (i.e. pretty much all of it apart from southern LA) and creates a gloomy fog that persists pretty much all day. Norfolk has better weather than the coat of California in July and August. Navigate less than 5 miles inland and it's baking hot - but the beach is flipping freezing.
Finally the landscape ...
... wine tasting at Saloos and Sons which cleverly sells cupcakes alongside it's wine. All members of the Cullen family kept happy for the next hour. Wine and area was pleasant enough but franschooek seems to have ruined our expectations of good wine and we left empty handed as the cheapest bottle was $35!
Headed back out to the coast for Pismo Beach. Thoroughly disappointed by Pismo. Didn't help that it was incredibly windy but the little surf town we were ...
... early start and hit the surf whilst I caught up on some office work. We then headed into town the Blue Skye Cafe where James used to work for brunch. There I got to meet a lot of his crew. The cafe is right on the embarcadaro which runs along the bay with the rock as the prominent feature. Very pretty spot with lots of wildlife and seals barking in the background.
We spent the week in Morro ...
... br> We stopped along the way at a beach where there are thousands of elephant seals - it was interesting to read about how 20 years ago there were a few dozen, and now it numbers in the thousands. I think it was San Simeon State Beach, as we were fairly close to Hearst Castle. They weren't doing much other then laying around. Not breeding/birthing season, just relaxing season. By the time we got to Hearst Castle, it was 3pm or so. ...
... Pier, but it is more difficult than expected. Signage isn't as good, and we end up on the freeway towards Malibu. We find a way to turn around and head back - the crazy thing is the turn off to the car park is almost directly off the freeway, so you have to brake really hard. Luckily for us too, I spot that this is the exit - if we tried to turn in our tires would have been shredded! A very quick acceleration directly back onto ...