The Islander Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... names for them. After chatting to a hot local girl who new more about football than I will ever know. Spending most of the night with her getting very drunk until the club shut and we were sent on our way home made it a great night.
On a separate note I'm starting to realise I need to speak a lot louder, slower and generally more clearly for Americans to understand me.
... hats and dogs stroll by and beautiful cottages with shingled roofs give it an English feel. No neon signs are allowed and even rubbish bins are shingled. It was established as a seaside resort in the 1880's but has been made famous by artists and writers. It's most famous resident of course is Clint Eastwood and he was the Mayor for some time. Oh, he wasn't home by the way!
The very beautiful San Carlos Borromčo ...
... me dinner at their restaurant and we talked about my recent adventures. They invited me up to stay at their house in the mountains and being that I was excited to be back in my camper, I spent the night in my camper in their driveway against the green of the forest and the creek trickled in the background as my sleep soundtrack. I woke up early to get to the the shop but soon to realize that one of the places that was recommended for me ...
... our buddy boat, spotted a whale or two. They also spotted a sea otter. Unfortunately several hours into the trip we entered a fog bank. It persisted through the night and into the next day.
Rick had driven over the hill to scout the marina at Santa Cruz as well as the Yacht Club at Moss Landing (our next stop) last year when we were staying at Ruth Ann and Leonard's. When he visited it was a glorious sunny day. This ...
... on the way to Monterrey and the big car convention that was the reason we were going there.
Carmel by the sea was a stop on the list of things to do and on arrival we were a bit shocked to find heaps of other people had the same idea. There was nowhere to park and the streets very narrow. Much to Russ's despair we left the quaint little seaside town and all its 6 and 8 cylinder temptation behind and made our way to ...