Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort, Curacao
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... among the coral heads. Unfortunately the GoPro light failed, and so I couldn't get any decent shots. It looks like no more videos underwater until I can get it replaced or repaired.
After diving we drove around to check out some of the beaches. We stumbled upon Playa Forti, and noticed some young people jumping off a cliff. We had to give it a try! It looks A LOT higher when you are standing on the cliff then it does in the videos! ...
... trash.” It costs 7 NAF (guilders I believe) or about $4. But it was bottomless! Now, I really don’t know what to make of this fact. Seems to me there is something amiss about this, but I can’t figure out what.
After Kome, we were off to the central market, a large, circular building down by the water front. We got there late, about 2:30 pm by which time it was mostly closed. But there was still an ...
What a relief to leave Los Angeles - no offense to our friends and family living there, but it was probably the least relaxing place we have been on the trip so it was perfect that we followed it up with a stop at Carpinteria State Park, about two hours North and right on the coast. This would be the most expensive campsite we have had thus far, and would prove to be well worth it. When we pulled in, we cringed at the sight of so many tents and RVs packed into ...
The drive up from LA was quiet, uneventful and teasing. I say teasing because it's been the first time since I've been on the PCH and the views are just stunning.
Santa Barbara is quaint, kitschy and certainly even a somewhat squishy poo-poo.
I find a parking spot, grab myself a tea and make my way down to the first of two activities for the day - an architectural walking tour of old Santa Barbara.
This tour ...
... of the walnut orchards. It was a great ride in the ranch country part of California. Next stop was Oakview, where Dex’s flower shop, Angela's Flowers used to be located. We also explored in and around Ojai, where Dex once lived.
August 15th – Dex and I went biking along the coast (Pierpont) all the way to Ventura marina and back. We managed one geocache at the turn around at Soter Point ...