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... in this country advertise prices, its garbage. They don’t include the state tax into the price, so your $24.95 is actually $28.42 because they’ve added 8.72% State Tax. In Australia, all of our taxes are included so the 2 for $25 deal is actually exactly what it says. Now, this $25 doesn’t actually account for the fact that the poor bugger who took your order, brought your water out, topped it up, engaged in local pleasantries and then ...
... Our last meal was at a wonderful French restaurant called Otentico that we discovered on trip advisor. The food and service were excellent and I would recommend it to anyone. By thisOne more night sleeping with the Spanish workers was quite enough. We were elated to find out there was no charge for our stay - we MUST have been in staff quarters. We celebrated with an American diner breakfast before making our way to the airport. Next stop ...
... made far more bearable when compared to any South American journey and the fact that it was going to be our last long bus ride - HOORAY!
In Miami we spent one day on the beach followed by one day catching the bus 15mins away to South Beach for a wonder around the art deco buildings. It was 30degrees, ...
... and headed back to the beach to snap off some night photos and for an early dinner. I ended up at my second Italian restaurant in 2 nights which is pretty unusual for me given I doubt I have had Italian at home more than twice in the last 2 years. Very nice it was too. After taking my photos, I headed back to the apartment and threw a load of washing on. Nelson arrived back shortly after and asked if I wanted to head back out for a drink. It was great of him to take time out to show ...
... and Matt (our hosts) graciaously obliged.
For the day we tallied 79 species including many year birds and 3 lifers for Eric, 6 for Bob, and LOTS for Julie. Highlights include: White-cheeked Pintail, Roseate Spoonbills, Wood Storks, Thick-billed Vireo, Cape May Warbler, Black-throated Blue Warbler, Common Myna, and Bald Eagle.
Tomorrow is the Dry Tortugas....so that should be good fun.