Malibu: part 2

Some more photos from day two in The Bu. Do people actually call it that?! I hope so. As you can see the weather was awful:

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We had breakfast out on the balcony again because there is just no beating this view.

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We then took a walk to Malibu Pier, which was bustling with tourists, fisherman and a trendy brunch crowd.

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Steven Seagal hanging out on the pier

Stand up paddle boarding is still all the rage.

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There were SUPers everywhere:

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Superior balance

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Lots of surfers too

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Regular camera

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Instagram magic

We moseyed back up the Pacific Coast Highway to the condo and after getting slightly battered by waves at the beach we settled by the pool.

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Delightful

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Visor still going strong

More pina coladas. I actually just listened to the lyrics of that song, funny how neither the man nor the woman are mad that their significant other wrote/responded to a personals ad in the paper! Awkward.

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I went for a more low key glass this time

I made icy poles (popsicles?) with the pineapple coconut juice. No rum in these though, just strawberries.

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Cheers!

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As a special treat I took Andrew and his crustacean allergy out for dinner at Neptune’s Net.

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Saucy!

I had fried shrimp and calamari because I waited in a really long line before discovering the steamed crab and lobster counter was on the other side of the restaurant. Ughhh. It was pretty good. Andrew had a chicken burger.

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We then took in a very superior sunset across the road at the beach.

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The next day was slightly overcast, which made leaving easier. Love when that happens! What a dreamy couple of days. Thanks again to Andrew’s uncle and aunt for letting us borrow their little slice of paradise for the weekend!

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2 Responses to Malibu: part 2

  1. Lynneandamy says:

    Wow, Bec! Looks like a magical time, and as a Melbournian currently affected by SAD, I’m a tad envious of A) the blue skies, B) your tan. It’s so lovely to follow you on your travels, thank you for sharing. BTW, I would hate to be allergic to crustaceans, that’s what I’d call a life of deprivation.
    Rock on. πŸ™‚

    • Bec says:

      Haha Lynne, I would say the same about a dairy allergy! Thank you so much for reading. I get pretty low when the weather is constantly overcast too, so I feel your pain. We’ve been so fortunate with the weather here. Hoping it turns around soon for you!

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