Gotta say the small fee charged for access to the cave was well worth it, particularly with our 5 and 8-year old grandchildren aboard for the adventure. The rickety staircase leading from the shell shop down 145 steps through the narrow shute carved from the bluff served to fire up the kids' vivid imaginations. Coming out at the base of the stairway onto the small wooden platform had them convinced that pirates had to be nearby! Add to that, the shape of the natural cut out to the ocean looks like a pirate! The stairway isn't for sissies, a long hike down and longer trudge back up, but wow! what a spectacular view from the platform, with the breakers crashing onto our feet, with a view of sea lions surfing on the breakers at the cave's mouth. Pelicans swooping by, cormorants diving for fish. Really a memorable time!
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