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Had a great couple of days in Fort Lauderdale. Did lots of shopping at Sawgrass Mills. Huge Mall. Drove around and saw big houses with big boats parked outside them. Had nice dinner at Cheescake Cafe first night and Johnny Rockets second night. Watched Super Bowl at JR. Weather warm but overcast. Today warm, about 28. Had breakfast at ...
We made the circuit of Paul's favorite haunts; a world famous diner, a great bar, an out of the way show and shine. The day started like we had only seen each other yesterday as the gulf of the years vanished between us and moved at a quick pace all day. We went for burgers and shrimp at a restaurant on the water, I let Paul ride my bike there, it was great to see him on a 'real' motorcycle for a change and he loved it.
... trip to the beach.
Since its 'Spring break' the beach was really busy - groups of friends and families have barbies, playing 'football' and generally having fun. Lucas and Chloe, as usual, went and had their own imaginary game with the waves - throwing sand at it. Rupert and Phoebe went for a swim out far in the ocean. On the way back to the flat, with only about an hour to pack up and shower for ...
When we arrived in Miami last night at 10pm it was 29 degrees C and quite humid. We picked up our apartment keys and arrived at our 15th floor apartment in Brickell Ave around 11pm, the drive a short distance from the airport. Our apartment is lovely - see this link for photos http://picasaweb.google.com/tgarban/The Plaza#slideshow/5412319271221196962.
This morning we went for a walk for breakfast. We found a fast food place where I had ...
... the guide demonstrated the 3 experiments to prove the magnetic effects either side of the line. With a square, portable sink he drained a bucket
full of water directly on the Equator line where the water drained straight down. He then moved it a few yards into the Southern hemisphere where it drained clockwise, before repeating it in the
Northern hemisphere where it drained anticlockwise. I always thought it was a myth but obviously not. Melissa had a scare just prior ...