Carmel Valley Ranch
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We had a much gentler start to the day after a our long day yesterday. We went down to the Carmel Valley Ranch golf clubhouse for a big America breakfast. Like a lot of things at Carmel Valley it was great, with very friendly, willing and slightly inept service. Which meant it took long time! We were happy taking it easy, although after 45 minutes …
It was another early start as we had to check in for our boat in Monterey Bay by 8.30am for a day of Whale spotting; so there was no hanging about. Sam was already feeling travel sick by the time we'd driven to Monterey and parked the car, not the greatest of starts for a the day on the ocean. We parked up by the wharfs and wandered over to the Old …
... turn into a nightclub. The songs started and everyone but us left. The other room had more people so we popped our heads through to find it was Latino music so jumped back. After a couple of drinks we were told this side was closing and we needed to go next door. I said we would if we got some shots so we went through had some tequila and tried out dancing Latino style. Turns out we were not good and started to get evil eyes so we ...
... camp and broke camp and headed back to Monterey. We got to Veteran's Memorial and the spot up near the restroom and dishwashing area was available so we took it and set ourselves up. We had stopped in town for ice and found out there was a Farmer's Market going on down near the Crown and Anchor so we got cleaned up and headed down the hill walking into town. The Farmer's Market ...
... Moon Bay at the New Leaf Community Market. Great market similar to Whole Foods with without the cool kid atmosphere (not my words, taken from a review!). We drove down Redondo Beach road (nowhere near the real Redondo Beach - how redundant) and ate a delicious picnic lunch of avocado & tomato sandwich created by Chef Kelly.
Driving onward we stopped briefly in Monterey at a candy shop on Cannery Row. (Why isn't Monterey ...