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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it away it gets given to the ranch. We all had a huge dinner of a mixture of pizzas before getting shown our accommodation for our stay. We are staying in an old RV which isn't the same as our last workaway in Chile but it's nice to have your own space, we even have a heater to keep us warm! There are lots of little RV's dotted around the land so a few workaway people are staying in various ...
... lives in East Africa.
We were told to arrive between 3 and 5 p.m., and we drove in around 3:30. After confirming our reservations in the office, and meeting the Group Leader, Valerie, a jeep took us to our tent, where we would stay overnight for three nights. The tents have been imported from Africa and made permanent by being set up on a wooden floor platform. A permanent bathroom has been added to each, with hot and cold water, a shower enclosure, sink and ...
Woke a bit too early for my liking, but bed was comfortable, was about 5 degrees on waking and this evening as I type this it's supposedly 11 degrees. Yumy oatmeal for breakfast then headed off to walk into town - about 3.5km, all flat. many of the houses could have been in NZ but I had to keep conciously reminding myself which direction to look when crossing the road. I wanted to get to Santa Rosa Plaza to get a SIM card for my phone, check out the shops and ...
... I played with our cars. Then we got back into the car and mummy drove to lunch. We drove to lunch and Ewan and I had pizza and mummy and daddy had a sandwich. We had some milk and the man at the restaurant drew a picture of a dragon on our cups. We then went to where we were staying. We went to our big tent and its got big bunk beds. We went for a walk and we saw some cheetahs ...
Picked Jacob up in Monterey and headed straight to Big Sur. It was nothing that I had imagined. I was expecting lil beach towns with beach combers galore, quite the contrary. There were vacationers, but sparse. The place had a local vibe to it more than a touristy one. There were maybe 4 gas station/stores along the 70 mile stretch of Hwy 1. To get supplies to these remote resorts is difficult and so everything was pricey!!!$$$$ Our first night's stay in Big Sur was at Fernwood Resorts. ...