Sunny Cove Motel Apartments
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... bay from the car park and the setting was lovely. We had the Half Moon Bay Marina on one side and pure white sand on the other. The surf spot was about 100m off shore and in a very rocky area. I know nothing about surfing so it was all lost on me and there was no one out there any way. The waves were apparently not good enough.
We had no agenda of where we were going to end up as nothing had been booked from then on, but Santa Cruz was the next big town coming up so we continued ...
... the boy's favourite breakfast. It's a really popular spot, but the worth the wait for their fantastic crepes.
It was a cloudy, breezy morning in Monterey and the ocean was choppy as we boarded our boat, the Sea Wolf, and set off in the hope of seeing some very big sea mammals. From the start we marvelled at the abundance of sea-life in the bay. Before we'd even got out of the harbour we'd seen seals, sea-lions, and sea otters. ...
... Pretty basic and we chose not to feed the sea lions in their small enclosures.
Our next stop was to Cambria in the pines, our stop for two nights. Visited the farmers market where we tasted the local fare, a TriTrip sandwich in a crisp roll and filled with delicious blood dripping juicy chargrilled beef (over mesquite wood from Mexico). Check in time and an afternoon of relaxation before our dinner booking at 7pm. Then on to the bar to ...
... and diving.
Santa Cruz Boardwalk: as where all the other boardwalks are nice walks along the ocean with the beach on one side – this one is one big amusement park with lots of healthy food booths…. Downside: most of it was closed. But we still got a little bit an impression of the west coast or California’s oldest amusement parks from 1907: we had a glimpse at the 1924 ...
... br> The sun was about to set so we drove around the point north and west of the city to view it along the bluffs. Others gathered for this daily ritual. It was spectacular. I have heard about the Green Flash which can occur as the sun sinks below the horizon. That night we had a green beacon as the top of the sun’s edge was transformed into an emerald green spot for a few seconds. The ...