Lido Islander Inn and Suites
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... our first step toward becoming dog people. We are now traveling with the dog ( another stupid idea - get a dog and then retire ) and are in need of a place to get the dog some activity so we can have less craziness at home. Enter the dog park. This is a whole new world to me, with many unwritten rules. 1. It is fine to forget the name of the person you have been introduced to and seen several times at trips ...
Our social life so far revolves around the dog park. We've been there the last 2 days and met some nice folks, most from the Midwest and here for a month or more. All have been here in the past. I am working on remembering the names of people and their dogs. It is a great place to get information on all kinds of things about the island. I spent $20 and got a library card. Paul's cousin, Jerry, is staying in Sarasota this month (thank you Facebook for that info). He and his wife came ...
... to the infected man or woman who genital herpes isn't there already. Which proved too tough to the virus being clinically detected, even fooling blood test results. Despite not enough known permanent cure, medical professionals still were think of prevention medicines enough to forestall breakouts and flare-ups. This is actually the most that the medical world can provide to this day. These techniques however are actually effective specially in ...
... camp at Blue Springs and see five or six manatees in the distance compared to donations only to see 100 manatees right under our noses. There were groups playing with each other, mothers nursing babies, manatees being bathed (small schools of fish covering their bodies and mouthing them clean) and others floating on their backs soaking in the sun. Further down the deck there is a walkway about one mile long that looks out to the bay. We walked down to the end ...
... Africa. He came to hunt and kill an elephant. He remarked about the growing and unchecked number of elephants in the wild, as he has seen on this trip compared to his previous hunting safaris in Africa. When asked what he did with the body after the kill, he said that he takes the tusks home and leaves the rest of the animal for the village locals to butcher for meat. Indeed our guide at Somalisa told us that in the past, the meat from ...