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Woke up in no real rush, but we showered and ate breakfast and got on the road to make our way towards Monterey and Big Sur. We drove to Monterey, parked in the backstreets and walked down to the waters edge where the touristy section is. It's a cute little old school beach-ish looking town, very small but easy to admire. We got our usual Starbucks black coffee’s and took a walk up and down ...
... fate would have it I could of done one of the other tours as only about 20 minutes on I am now stuck for approx. 30-45 minutes behind 3 cars as there was an accident which 2 fire trucks, 2 police cars and 1 ambulance attended. The fact only 1 ambulance came made me feel like maybe there wasn’t too many injuries but seeing the car on the tow truck I am unsure if that was the case ...
... to have picked the morning slot - it would have been much more difficult to spot the whales that afternoon than in the calm lake-like conditions that we'd experienced first thing. We made it back to shore in one piece and we'd worked up an appetite. 'LouLou's Griddle in the Middle' sounded just the trick for some hungry whale watchers. It was an adorable little diner on the neighbouring pier, serving fish and chips, calamari and burgers. Chris opted for local root beer which tasted ...
... through the sitting, dining , billiards rooms plus the cinema. Our favourite part was the roman pool. We all just wanted to jump in! From there we made our way to see the elephant seals. We stopped and took the photo of 20 odd female seals and watched them for a while until Ella pointed out there were more in the next cove. We walked over to see hundreds lying ...
... up and then back to the putting green and the first tee for our time time. We were joined up with a really nice couple from San Francisco named Don and Sue. They were a pleasure to play with!
When I stepped on the first tee I must say the butterflies in the stomach kicked in. I felt like I was teeing off in a tournament. Cathy and I both hit good drives off the first tee and we were on our way. The first couple ...