Coral Hammock Key West by KeysCaribbean
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... couple of hours in bed. Still, feeling refreshed this morning and now want to get on the road. Ham omelet for breakfast and then taxis to the port.
We are at last reunited with our precious bikes. Warm work getting them sorted though the humidity must be nearly 100%!
After some waiting about we finally hit the road but endure heavy traffic and it takes us about 1.5 hours to finally get out ...
... from my tent! It became stuck there and I heard one of the women tell the driver to “Gun it”.
Throwing on my jeans and a T-shirt I leapt out of my tent in time to see the car exit the firepit minus its‘ front bumper!! Yikes!
Cancelling my last night at the campground I headed back to Miami and ended up staying in a Marriot with my friend Craig who has flown down to join me for a couple of weeks.
... Dr. Samuel Mudd was imprisoned for four years. Interestingly, he helped during a malaria outbreak in 1857 and was pardoned by President Andrew Jefferson in 1859.
Walked back to the hotel and headed for the pool. Great day to just hang around the pool. Water was cool, and refreshing. Breeze was wonderful. Great place. There is another island just west of Key West called Sunset Island. Westin has some ...
... hardly made a dent in any of the food and didn't eat tea when we met up with everyone else. We gathered for tea at this quirky fish shop that almost looked like an old falling apart shed but the decor was awesome to look at. Everyone got a feed then we headed to Malory square in preparation for the sunset. This square sits right on the water and there is a small island off shore which the sun sets behind it. They also had a bunch of street performers and craft stalls in ...
... up some of the most graphic T-Shirts I have ever seen. Mixed in with the normal winter escapees, all of them seemed to be barging from one bar to the next (complete with yet another 'famous' Hemingway drinking establishment- Sloppy Joe's) in a desperate bid to maintain an extraordinarily high blood alcohol content.
Suitably battered and bruised, the next morning we decided to contemplate our next ...