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Woke to bright sunshine and blue sky this morning for the first time since we got to New Orleans and we are leaving - typical. Our flight to Miami was delayed so we had a 3 hour wait at the airport. Luckily there was free wifi which always makes us happy. Landed in Miami in pouring rain. Its forecast to rain for the 3 days we are here which we are really gutted about as the whole reason we came here was to do nothing but lie on the ...
... nearer (apparently that lesson had not been sufficient), it was a little spooky knowing this huge croc was in the water under us when you’re in a kayak.
Gators, mangroves, gators, cool plants, gators, birds, fish, gators
A wet walk was the next eco system to get amongst and we did just that. Up to the knee in swamp water – water that has snakes! Beautiful, rare orchids live in this Cypress Forrest along with ...
... the block and were on 10th again, Speck gave Joel the memento that he wanted of Miami, the glass boot that Speck's beer had been served in.
At the corner where the car was parked Karina had a craving for a cookie and she and Joel split off to grab one. Speck and Caroline entered Funky Urban out of sheer curiosity and found themselves in a novelty/bondage/tshirt/prop shop that sold everything from alligator skin suspenders to bedazzled gas masks, masques to t-shirts, ...
Woke up this morning to a rainy drizzly Memphis, and a slightly aching head. Dammit Beale St you got us again. But how can you not party? So any aspirations we had to do anything this morning was replaced by a more immediate need to have a lie in and a long shower. We gave ourselves just enough time to have a quick burger at TGI Fridays and then it's off to the airport for Miami. Finally some warmer (25 degrees) weather awaits us at the ...
... during with body paint is considered a legal form of attire. We were inspired in Key West to put together our own Florida-style outfits, but these actually included clothes. Kate and I now have matching pick 80s style sweaters and Nick now sports a super turtle print visor. Ernest Hemmingway once lived in Key West and we also went on the hunt to see one of the descendants of his famous 6-toed cats.
On the way out of Key West, I was pulled over by ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services