Rod and Gun Club
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... Hopefully use up enough mouthwash and peanut butter before we get on a plane to Malta. I can't live up to Lynn's blog standard. I don't promise pix of every meal we consume. However, I will do my best to showcase the wine!!! And David, of course. No not my husband, the marble statue in Florence!!!
Buona notte. Vicki and Dave
... We made our way to the boat and joined another couple of parties of people. One was Mum, Dad and six kids. The littlest one started bawling as soon as she sat down. Frankly I didn't want to listen to her all the way round our trip. Luckily as the boat is so noisy we were given Cotton buds to stick in our ears. Bliss. You can cry until your heart is content now... The boat ride was everything we had expected. It was so much fun. The boat pilot went through all ...
... awaited us there. The tour guide made sure to point out anything that you may have missed. In some areas, we were able to come to a stop by turning off the engine (since Air Boats don't have breaks) during these times we were able to stand in the Air Boat to get a closer look at our surroundings and any creatures that wanted to come out and greet us. So many different creatures consider the Everglades to be their home ...
... estimated to be 1.25 million Gators in Florida (including golf course residents).
With those big numbers the chances of seeing one had to be good. And because DH (where the D does stand for Dangerous Diva) wanted to get as close as possible, we booked a day of kayaking through a number of mangroves and were hoping that the gators would do their part. Given that we were going to be floating in relatively flimsy plastic containers, our guide ...
... fishing trip with a local fishing guide. Unfortunately most of the days we were at Everglades City, the weather was unseasonably cool. So instead of securing a guide and using their equipment, I paid way too much money for a basic fishing equipment (that I should have packed from home) at the little True Value Hardware store and fished off the dock in front of ...