Borg's Ocean Front Motel
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... see the sunset. On the way back up we saw some Mule Deer which Nick and Melissa said were pretty common around there!
Once we were back at their place, we stayed till about midnight playing rummy (we thought we knew the rules...but they have a different way of playing rummy out here!!). It was pretty fun and we learnt a new card game!
The night was spent in the truck and luckily it was pretty cool out!
... The scenery is spectacular and is not over-crowded at all. We were inundated with sand flies the entire trail and it was hot, very hot. We had our hats, loads of sun block and happy as pigs in ****. Stopping ever so often to enjoy magnificent views across the Indian Ocean. Along the way we saw Humpback whales journeying north. We stopped at the trail head and enjoyed a wonderful packed lunch before staring the 2 hour walk back. Today was one of those highlights on the travel diary, ...
... some friends. Dinner at Il Vecchio, Italian restaurant. Wonderful meal, thanks to Russ, Cindy, and Gerry. I had mussels and wild rock cod and Dick had a carbonara. And, dessert back to Mel and Sayo's. Sorry, for the lack of photos. Guess I am taking a break from all that. Will try to get back to it.
Wednesday, September 17 - today, we will have lunch with a client and then, off to dinner with an old friend, all about 2.5 hours away.
Blog in a few days,
Having left the sequoia and mountains of Yosemite behind we travelled through the heat of the valley into the cool mist of the spectacular Big Sur coast. The winding coastal road traversed endless wave beaten cliffs and golden sandy shores until it finally climbed the familiar redwood lined path to the homestead of our good friends Danielle and Matt, where we spent a week last October assisting with preparations for their fantastic wedding. The welcome was as warm ...
... Tours LLC, was very personable and chatted about anything and everything in amongst dispensing information about San Francisco and the places we would see today.
The country scenes along the way were quite different to the country scenes to Yosemite – more pines along the coastal route and surprisingly, lots of farms, particularly brussel sprouts (yuck), strawberries, artichokes etc and pumpkin. Actually ...