Playa Mango Beach Club and Resort Hotel
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Saturday, 17 Oct.
My Navigator said it was 125 miles to Panama City Beach so I thought maybe I could get there in time for the Hawkeye game at 11AM. It soon became evident this was not the case, closer to 200. We are in need of gas so we locate a Flying J in Dothan, AL. Our plan is to fill up and park there and watch the game using solar to power the TV. There is no good place to park so we drive to a nearby Lowes ...
Today we drove to Panama City Beach. Nothing exciting happens during the day. Upon arriving at Panama City Beach we were let into our rooms and oh my godddd - the view from our rooms were just so, so incredible. I was in love as soon as I walked in. Florida feels like home. It's exactly as I remember it - sunny, green, beautiful beaches, laid back vibe. We all got straight into ...
... the bigger city of Tallahassee a skip, in favour of a small coastal city called Panama City (not to be confused with Panama the country). We left after lunch at about 1pm and made our way to a place we had no idea what to expect.
We arrived around 7pm and liked what we saw, a quiet town (population 72,000 so the city limits sign told us) with some great little pubs, restaurants and of course amazing beaches. That night we chose to stay ...
The day started at breakfast. Rice Krispies believe it or not, nice English cereal! Had to be on the bus to leave New Orleans for 7.45am. Had to wait an hour on the bus as one girl had a few drinks the night before bless her and forgot her alarm but we found her in the end and got going. We then set off for Panama beach! Couple of hours later we stopped have way in Alabama!! Sweet ...
... in the back of the van on the way back to our truck, oh, and the canoe ride. Ended the day grilling fresh tuna. Oh man, definitely Ricks favorite. Sorry no pics. Rick grilled it perfectly too. And fresh sweet corn. Not as good as iowa, but still tasted ...