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... I fired up our generator for an hour to charge stuff.
With the afternoon at our disposal we headed down to the beach which was lovely. El Capitan has a great sandy beach, the water was warm and the sun was out, although slightly shrouded by high cloud.
At tea time we made our way back up to out plot and settled in for a round of rummy, Dave still in the lead! There was a great sunset and much more bonfire smoke, the Americans love a ...
... right? I don't even have pictures because like I said, I didn't go anywhere. I have two days off of work this week: Sunday and Monday. Since the weather is supposed to be nice and warm, I will for sure go shopping on State Street and go to beach, my two favorite activities! I am excited that I finally get to do something of my life while I am here. I also might go to the Zoo. YAY!
... Most of the kids had their own hot tub party at the indoor pools so we didn’t have too many show up until my shift was over. At 10pm, I received my appraisal from Emilia*. She gave me a pretty good score (yay). I’m excited to move on to my next ship since it means I’m closer to going home, but I’m not looking forward to the long tiring disembarkation process only to turn around the next day and go through the long tiring embarkation process. ...
... Freeway' thing, we still don't know if bikes are allowed but it's the only way we can go - every now & then it'll say end of Freeway then Freeway starts - really weird as it's all the same road. Then we get to the turnoff for Gaviotta Beach so we do, but it's just a beach with camping no coast road so back up again, on for many more miles with a stop for some of yesterday's fudge - never any toilets in the lay-bys so behind a tree with ...
... a heirloom tomato salad and pork shank. The waiter also suggested this wonderful bottle of Pinot Noir from Santa Barbara County. Everything was delicious! Needless to say we walked out of the restaurant wishing we were wearing elastic waist pants.
Tomorrow we are off to Carmel via Big Sur. I can't wait to get some pictures. I hope Amir doesn't get annoyed pulling off to the side of the road every 5 miles or so!
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