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Travel Blogs from Duck Key
... to the pier for Commotion in the Ocean! This was a big catamaran which took us out into the Key West ocean for two hours with a jazz band, food, and most importantly drink all included (boy did they regret that!). It was one if the girls' birthday, so this was the perfect to celebrate, and it didn't stop there! Once back on dry land we headed to a few more bars, finishing at Sloppy Joe's where things got very messy. Returned to camp at 3am and passed out in the ...
... cypress swamps and pine savannah. We first went through the sawgrass prairies and open savannahs of the “Big Cypress”, a 780,000 acre National Preserve in the Everglades. This primarily fresh
water area. Here we took an airboat ride and saw a few alligators and lots of birds. The water in parts is only 4" deep.A nature walk took us into the cypress swamp area of the Everglades. Cypress domes form around low-lying ...
... which isn't actually used for anything except very formal matters. Those are just a few of the dozens of rooms in the castle, not even including secret rooms! (And trust me, there are a lot of those.) At night, the castle is lit with beautiful lamps made of special glowing pearls which are found in the heart of the Whispering Woods, which we shall explore later in this log. As the residents of Dolphin Castle retire, the lights dim ...
... Joe's, where Ernest Hemmingway used to drink in the '30s. It's a pretty unsalubrious dive with dollar bills stapled to every inch of the ceiling, so a quick flash of the camera and on we go.
It's the same affair with Audubon House, a key attraction but one that doesn't quite seem worth the steep admission price being, essentially, just a house with a pretty garden - and there's an abundance of those. So we head over to the marina just as the skies start to cloud over. ...
... as its name suggests is the most southernly point in the entire continental United States. Across the road is the sea and 90 miles due south lies Cuba.
We've come to the end point of America, the tropical home of Key West; a land of its own rules that proudly calls itself the Conch Republic and once tried to secede from the mainland by declaring war on the US, calling a ceasefire 60 seconds later without firing a shot and then asking for billions in postwar redevelopment ...
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