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Travel Blogs from Everglades City
... in my life as a lesson my Spirit will have me learn. Skin cancer is a reflection of the harsh judgments I held against myself, my skin color and my race/incarnation. I also had judgments against the medical world thinking I was above that because I was spiritual and studied the mysteries, traveled to Egypt and sacred sites. After diagnosed I ran to the medical world only to be embraced even though I didn't have insurance ...
... stone, turned out to be a loggerhead turtle swimming upstream. It was huge, and amazing to look at, and as we carried on there were more and more, which we absolutely loved! Once we finished this drive, we weren't too interested in anything else, and felt the national park was a little bit limited! So we made the executive decision to drive further across Florida, and head to Miami, where we had some very exciting days ahead of ...
... problems. Couple that with invasive plant and animal species (we'd heard about pet pythons being released into the everglades but feral cats alone number about 650 per square mile and they have devastating effects on migratory bird populations), it's hard to see a bright future for a wetland area that is somewhat taken for granted. There was even a plan as recently as the early 70's to build a gigantic new Miami airport that would have introduced ...
... Isles RV Retreat. It is a beautiful luxury RV resort built on the waterfront in Everglades City. Many of the RV sites front out to the waterfront where the resort has constructed boat docks all along its perimeter. It has a clubhouse that would rival any exclusive country club that includes a media room, spa, exercise room and swimming pool. Built by a couple ...
... to get some supplies and found the roads so busy, it seemed busier than in ft.myers, which was very busy. But on the way back we stopped at Goodland which is a funky fishing village that we both loved! Moving down the road to midway, we saw lots of birds just on the side of the road (highway 41). And down the road from the campground is the oasis visitors center. There is a canal in front of the the building and it is filled with gators, birds, and fish. One could ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting