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... the harbour. The square was full of street musicians, fortune tellers and street artists hula hooping fire and men swallowing swords (jenny and I literally couldn't watch this). We joined in with the other tourists and watched the sun set. One thing we noticed about Key West was all the wild chickens running around. I still am not sure why the chickens are wild here but we enjoyed watching them try to fit through the holes in the fences which were clearly too small. ...
We had an early night on this day of the cruise. Joanne and I were both tired so returned to our room early to watch a movie. Oh yes, before we went to our room, we did check out a live show in the theater of the Sky cruise ship.
It was fun going from one ship to another. I'd do it again but with a longer first cruise to start the trip.. No more short three day cruises for me - unless it is an absolute amazing cruise ...
... felt like we were getting the whole backpacking thing a bit wrong when we walked around amongst all the yachts but whatever... After that we went to have dinner with my friend from School, Tolon, who studies at U Miami together with some of his friends. We got held up a bit at the boat show, and my SIM card for my phone wasn't working but we really needed to get hold of him. Then I realized I had my swedish card in my wallet but we couldn't open my phone so ...
... between 9th and 13th Streets.
After a hurricane destroyed most of Miami Beach in 1926, the city was rebuilt in the then new style of architecture now called Art Deco. Martin explained the various details-the rule of three, the nautical influence, the "frozen fountains', the racing stripes, and the 'eyebrows'. Although I knew Art Deco when I saw it, I now know why I was able to recognize it. It was hard not to keep ...
... did a boat cruise around Biscayne Bay. There is an island in the middle called 'Star Island' that has homes worth $50,000,000! There are homes owned by the likes of Gloria Estefan, Julio Iglesias and Sean 'P Diddy' Coombes. Some amazing properties! Some even had matching yachts parked out the front.
Tonight we dined at a Cuban Restaurant for something authentic to ...
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