Back on track

After a sudden change of plan,  now I am finally back on track and can continue my journey. The reason why I was laying low in the Monterrey bay area was because, my motorcycle needed minor repairs due to a careless accident. The wonderful staff at  Gilroy Yamaha had me back on the road in no time.

Now my days are being spent in the San Francisco bay area. So far I have seen the Golden Gate Bridge, explored Chinatown (eating awesome cuisine), visited the famous San Francisco curvy road, walked the piers, and explored Berkeley campus, to name a few things. I will be spending about a week or so in Berkeley with a good friend. There is alot more area to cover and explore in this fascinating city. For the time being, here are some photos:) Trust me, there will be more to come. Especially of the Golden Gate Bridge since it was really foggy the day we went.

 Alcatrez
 Sea Lions at Fisherman’s wharf
Famous curvy road
The best Wonton Noodle Soup in Chinatown
 Pier 39
 Golden Gate Bridge on a foggy day

2 Thoughts

  1. I’m reading the older posts you had worked on years ago. I never get tired of looking at and reading about your experiences. The Golden Gate Bridge is a remarkable structure. Hopefully, those who get to see it or drive on it don’t take the spectacular bridge for granted. The only thing not in my positive note is that honestly, that Wonton noodle soup would not be my choice. Stay safe and blessed! Love, your Mom

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    1. Ha cool mom. Yup yup, it’s nice and a uniquely built suspension bridge. Quite an interesting design and pleasing to look at huh

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