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... out a window.
The end result of my trivial persuit was a total of $325 Grand!!!! Remember now, these were Grand Voyage Dollars, not real money. At the end of the cruise I was able to redeem the money for the following:
- a pair of binoculars
- 2 umbrellas
- 2 luggage scales
- a computer cord thingie
- 2 watches
- 2 nylon backpacks
- a shaving kit bag
Thank you Alex
... courses one of which was the first course in Florida and a 20,000sq ft Spa.
After a sandwich we carried on South to our hotel in Fort Lauderdale and what trials and tribulations we had for the signage was virtually non existent. We went round and up and down motorways before eventually finding it. After checking in we thought we'd visit the (supposedly) nearby Sawgrass Shopping Mall which according to ...
... the next dream is winding its way from paper to reality. He maintains a family home for his wife and children in Brampton, ON that he visits frequently.
Outside of his house is also this freaky spider web complex, about 30 feet across, patrolled by some scary looking arachnids. These pictures have nothing to do with the story, but you prolly came here today looking to thrilled by feats of daring on a motorcycle, not a character essay, so here ...
... the front. Random. The rest of the day was spent shopping and perving. We had a mad lunch at this Cuban restaurant. Then it was time to head back to home to get ready to go. But we couldn't leave Miami without swimming in the beach, we all put on our swimmers and went down. The water so clear, the sand so white. It was magical, and it was warm and perfectly welcoming. We all just dived in and enjoyed the moment. It was starting to get sentimental as we were leaving Sue behind. ...
The sun shone brightly on Miami South Beach this morning. Too lovely to waste, Gary and I popped down for a beach walk before brekky. The beachfront was already busy with joggers and dog walkers. The sand was being groomed for the beach bunnies, and the treasure hunters were out with their metal detectors. South Beach looks lovely in the morning sun, and it was a great opportunity to see the fabulous 1930's art deco buildings in daylight.
The cafes were already ...