Old Fisherman's Wharf Monterey
My sister was surprised that from the many times we've been to Monterey, we never made our way to the wharf.
It was a clear Tuesday morning and my sister needed refills on her jars of honey. She was surprised to find out that in the 3 years that we've been going in and out of the US and Monterey County, she's yet to take us to the Fisherman's Wharf.
Just like any other wharf I've been to in my vacation, there are restaurants, shops, and of course, tourists and locals alike.
This by far is the creamiest Clam Chowder I've tasted.
I can just imagine how festive this whole place would look like during the night.
We reached my sister's supply of raw honey: Water + Leaves.
There have all sorts of honey in sticks, jars, and small bottles.
And yeah, they also have them in these big containers.
People there first asked where we are from. My sister said that it's their way of knowing if your body will react negatively to the type of honey you'll buy. We took the Poison Oak.
This is how they brew their tea.
The place have some interesting pieces inside.
While waiting for our jar to fill up, we went outside and enjoyed the view of the docks.
After getting our jar of honey, it's time for us to head home.