For the last week of Spring Break, I took a roadtrip to Santa Barbara. The first night, we walked on a small boat dock next to the harbor. There was a small beach, which was empty. There were little birds and chicks that were walking along. From the shore, you could see the most of the Santa Barbara shoreline.
The sun set behind the mountains, annd the sky turned a bright, radiant pink. It was a lovely place to be in, with the waves in the background.
The next day, we went biking along Cabrillo path. It was a beautiful day, with the beach on one side and a line of palm trees on the other.
After 30 minutes of biking up and down the path, we went back to the harbor and the beach to watch the sunset once again.
On the way back, we visited Spolberg, a small European town near Santa Barbara. There, we stopped for a quick break to eat a quick breakfast snack. We had freshly backed German pasteries, as well as cookies and coffee.
On the way back to the Bay Area, we stopped at Arryo Grande to go ATVing. There were sand dunes for as far as the eye could see, right along the beach. The sand dunes were fun to ride along, but also scary as there were 10 foot cliffs that was possible to fly over.