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Travel Blogs from San Luis Obispo
... Thomas and his friend back to Thomas's student house which we would be staying at for the next few evenings, a journey littered with belching and toilet humour, just a small preview of what was in store at a college house with 8 guys living there :)
When we arrived the partying was well under away, with one fridge dedicated to a huge keg and nothing else, and the stench of weed, alcohol and boy was rife. California, eh?
Not only did we ...
... postcard perfect. The weather for the past two - three days has been exceptionally hot even for California at this time of year. We unpack and drive down to the town of San Luis Obispo. It is a smallish town, with a number of shops and restaurants. We stopped off at a diner type booth in the street which appeared to be very popular with the locals and ordered a Tri Tip sandwich. Did not have a clue what this was so asked the guy and ...
... Scott Point Road. What a beautiful site, absolute waterfrontage looking West! We also caught-up with Chenty & Trevor at their property 'in the clouds'.
Also had lunch with our 'green fingers' Rob at his Harbour House 'farm'.
After five days we headed out on ferries to Anacortes, WA and back into the US.
(FYI -- The whole was spent in fog with the ferries horns sounding every few minutes. It was an eery experience as we ...
... 2. So if you are trying to decide whether to visit Carmel, do it for an afternoon. But we had to hit the road to start the scenic coastal drive!
So...off to the coast! What a beautiful drive. We started off stopping at every look-off, but if you did that, you'd be two days doing it all. We had planned to stop in Big Sur, but we drove thru and there didn't seem to be much there...we kept waiting for a big town...maybe it's more ...
... of Clint Eastwood, who, until recently, was Mayor here also. Clint Eastwood also owns the Restaurant called the Hogs Breath here, and this was were I was heading. Some of the food here is named after his movies. Carmel was also home to Dr. Seuss, the writer of our favourite children's books. There was a shop showing original drawings of his. Luckily, we found both our destinations quickly. Hilfra and Max went across the street to the Dr Seuss shop while Sam and I went over to the ...
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