Playa Mango Beach Club and Resort Hotel
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... of slash pine plantation punctuated by a trailer here and there. We wanted to check out Dead Lake which was touted as a great boating place - and I am sure it would be fascinating if you didn't get so lost among the dead cypress that you never came out again. Some other time when we don't have any return dates ...
... carpark and waved our big red and orange waterproof backpack covers and after a while we spotted eacother! It was massively uplifting for us and it felt great to see them after 4months! We waved non-stop until dusk until we thought better of hanging around an industrial area in the dark. We were on a high and headed straight to a posh open air restaurant in Casco Viejo for some food and wine. A couple of days later we caught a flight to Cali Colombia ending our chapter in Central ...
Woke up and probably the nicest day we've had the last week and what a surprise I need to leave early as got a bus to catch! Packed up my stuff, had breakfast and checked out. Went to starfish beach with Emma, Ivo and Robin - didn't realise it was a 45 minute trip and then a 25 minute walk so for me I didn't have much time there! Got there about 1.20. Was a nice walk to get to the beach, through palm trees. ...
... a bit grittier – surprise!!. It was not what she expected. So many people eat this in the south everyday. We noticed a woman in the restaurant when leaving who had a couple of biscuits with grape jelly and a large plate of grits with big pads of butter and salt and pepper generously applied. She looked very content.
We saw some really large birds in the parking lot just outside the restaurant that look like ...
... Thankfully we made it without incident.
The ceremony was sad, joyous, funny and so informative of Michael, and his journey through life. I am so glad we were able to travel to Florida and to take part in both days.
I had mentioned before in a previous chapter that it looked as though we may need a roof reseal on the Motorhome.
As we were on our way to pick up the motor vehicle for the weekend, we ...