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After a really nice sleep in a bed, we felt very rested…however I was still feeling pretty ill and had signs of a chest infection so we decided we'd take a break and head to the beach for a few days to get some fresh ocean air!
We had a complimentary breakfast which was ok…nothing too special but we can’t complain. The room was ours until 11am so we made the most of the free internet and managed to make a few skype calls to Darren’s ...
... of different seaside birds. In the evening we took a walk downtown where there is a definite hippie culture and a busker about every two meters up the sidewalk. We then had a walk along the beach and did a little bit of rock climbing. Santa Cruz is a nice, relaxed town that reminded me a lot of Maroochydore. ...
... to be honest was thanks to our poor light situation whilst sitting outside the camper at night was how many snakes must have been very close by but we would not have been able to avoid if we walked into the path of one. Basically if you thought about it too much you would certainly freak the **** out of yourself so best not dwell on the fact that you did not any anti-snake serum so best just enjoy your surroundings as best as possible and get on with it. I do remember though saying to ...
Got to the Hearst Castle Visitors Centre this morning bright and early ready for our tour, but first we saw a 40 minute video on how the place came about, which confirmed to me that Mr Hearst had way too much money and was very keen to make a name for himself in the social circles of American Society! I won't delve into the history of the place here (would be totally boring - you can Google him if you wish to find out more) but basically as a young boy W R Hearst was taken on an ...
... br> location to another. In our story, reluctantly some things will have to be ignored.
On Natalie’s suggestion we wisely took a detour to see the Craters of the Moon National Monument.We took several delightful short walks through the lava fields which are the
remains of volcanic activity that was all part of the world’s largest volcanic
basin, centred on Yellowstone NP ...
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