Turtle Reef Club
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... we have noticed - "everyone is an expert, and they must be at least 400 years old to know how things should be done". It is amazing the number of people we have overheard in a restaurant talking between themselves about the deficiencies in the meal quality, or service, or prices. The amazing thing about this though, is that they appear to still give the waitresses a tip. I thought the basis of the tipping system is if you are not ...
... I saw a plenty of birds, fishes, insects and lizards!
Second, we visited the Navy SEAL Museum. It was so impressive to see all the Army's equipment. Outside, we could see different replicas of boats and helicopters used by the American army! My favorite part was the training course that I had the chance to try (see the video). I met a dog trained for army. He was so smart! I really liked my experience at this museum!
Yesterday was the ...
Pretty cool and windy day so needed to find something to do inside, particularly in the morning. First thing we decided to visit the St Lucie county historical society museum just down from the hotel. This is a nice and informative place. We had individual hand held audio wands that guided us through the museum with information about the displays. They had a house donated by a ...
... females are more than welcome to teach! Also, I would love to lead groups of people and students over to Israel, so they can experience the places, climates, bodies of water, plants, animals, and lots of stone buildings, that are described though out the Bible.
Third, the time spent on the bus and walking with our tour guide was hours of information that a blog can't capture either. He was filled with so much history and current events. ...
... harness up on the 71 foot mast. That's about 6-7 floors high. Tyler has been begging to go up but I think he has a lot more years to go before we let him up there. However, we did hang a lazy chair off the halyard for the kids. I often find Maya there early in the morning reading her books and cuddling with her favorite stuffed animal. This is one of the moments I will treasure.