European Guest House - Miami - El Portal
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... remarkable – a vast living coral reef which we see on 65ft glass bottomed catamaran (we bottle the snorkeling as it was three miles out!). We saw all kinds of sea life from reef sharks, down to tiny clown fish and learn a lot about the sub-aqua ecosystem. Leaving the sea behind, we head south. The full effect of driving from island to island does really start to kick in until Islamorada, but when the road starts to open up it spectacular. Unfortunately time (and ...
... explore the island. After a little exploring we stopped for lunch at Ma's Fish Camp (restaurant) for some lunch. Having conch chowder, a fish sandwich and their famous key lime pie for only $15 per person we were very surprised considering it was such great food for such a cheap price. Once satisfied, we headed over to the beach. Enjoying the 28 degree sunshine while wading in the water was a relaxing escape from the craziness of Miami Beach. After ...
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After Brian took quite a digestive beating from the Costa Rican water, I agreed to make our third destination on our sabbatical an island we had visited in 2008: Bonaire.
Since there weren't any direct flights, we decided to take a stopover in Miami. We spent five days there, Brian still recovering and only getting enough energy to buy/pick up more kite gear. Brian was a lot more appreciative of things he had once taken for granted: wide ...
The clubhouse was amazing! what an experience! A place where you could very quickly forget that you’re even in an airport at all. Here you can just relax with a drink and read a magazine, have a meal, do some work, or even get yourself a haircut or a spa treatment. We ate a superb breakfast, we had a glass of champagne and we relaxed and started getting really excited about our trip!
This is the perfect start to ...