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... the Florida Keys, the chain of islands linked by the Overseas Highway which ends at the most Southerly point in the US, Key West (it seems rude not to give it a go). So with an early rise on Sunday morning, we pile into our hire car and head south towards the Everglades. Getting glimpses of the swamps as we drive towards the Overseas Highway and the Keys, our first stop is the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, the first underwater park established in the US. It ...
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... We weren't allowed to pet them because although they don't have teeth, their jaws are strong enough to snap off our fingers. We set off towards Miami, stopping at Midway Cafe which the guide book raved about because they 'roast their own beans and make baked goods worth swimming across the gulf for'. It turned out they'd stopped roasting their beans and although the latte looked a bit sad it tasted a little bit like Wellington. Daniel had a slice of the local specialty, key ...
... delivered to our room, ate outside on the balcony, and savored the perfect breeze. We relaxed the morning away, and then headed down for our spa treatments. What bliss. I had a body salt scrub and a massage. Tony had a body salt scrub, facial, and massage. We felt rejuvenated, relaxed, and ready to indulge in a five star dinner. Tony booked reservations ...
... So we decided to bring our water shoes next time and snorkel a site called "Bachelor's Beach" a second time. The first day it was great to just be in the water with great visibility and see the variety of caribbean fish.
I have to admit that at first I was a little disappointed that we were going back to the same place but we saw more interesting fish the second time around: a yellow moray eel, a lionfish, and two sharp tail eels. Note: the picture posted ...
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