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... weak and horribly ill for the du rating of the 4 and a half hour journey. I kept trying to nap to pass the time and make myself feel a little better which did work a little. We got to Santa Barbara later than predicted, so had to get a later bus to Carpinteria where our hotel was. We arrived at Sandyland Reef Inn at around 9:45 pm after another hour journey on, funnily enough, the 20 bus. The hotel is nice - the bed is huge, the room is a good size with a fridge, there is ...
... had a nosey on the life guard stand. We haven't quite grasped the concept of seeing the crazy homeless people America has to offer, so it was still freaking us out abit when we saw some on the promenade. We were still dealing with the cultural shock from New Zealand. It was getting late and we didn't want to get back when it was dark as we still had to cook and set up the bed somehow. It was going to be an interesting evening to say the least.
We had a stove ...
... to tear them away, and with Mike and I hungry, we headed into town for food. We found a great pizza place on State St and sat in the window watching the world go by. Great pizza and a Bud! Then we checked out the shops as Mike's dollars were still burning in his pocket! He had researched and found out about some skate shops so we hit them first. Two T Shirts later we returned to the hotel and convinced the girls ...
... historical documents, and intricate ship replicas. We poked through the museum for a while and then decided to walk around the downtown area. At times we felt transported to Spain as we walked through some of the courtyards between buildings. We stopped to have a happy hour snack and glass of Sangria at a cafe where we sat at an outside table watching the happenings about town. We paused our adventures to sit down in a coffee shop and accomplish a few things. In ...
... beach. It was a lovely way to start the day. Me and Tom loved it so much we definitely want to do it again at home - not so sure about Rob. But he did enjoy it whilst he was doing it especially the views. After, our lesson we spent the rest of the day in discomfort as our bums were aching a lot.
We then had a bit of a drive to a place called Monterey. On our way we done the famous 17 mile drive through pebble beach. This drive included ...
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