I really enjoy bringing you new accessible travel finds, but sadly every now and then I have to go the other way. Such is the case today, when the new owners of Sanctuary Cruises in Monterey contacted me and reported they have sold the Princess of Whales and they no longer offer accessible whale watching excursions. It was previously reported here in 2002, so I just wanted to correct things and set the record straight. I will be on the lookout for The Princess of Whales to find out where she eventually lands. Perhaps she will be used for accessible excursions in another area.
One of my biggest pet peeves is hunger in America. With all the resources that our country has, I just don’t feel that people should go hungry. But unfortunately they do. That’s why I was happy to hear about Hofsas House Third Annual Fundraiser for the Food Bank for Monterey County. Continue reading
With valley temperatures on the rise, it was fun to take a short weekend getaway over to Monterey. And Cherrie had a great time. Not only did she get to visit the very accessible Monterey Bay Aquarium and explore Cannery Row, but she also got to relax and enjoy the beautiful view of the oldest golf course west of the Mississippi at the Hyatt Regency Monterey. Continue reading