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... long-time affiliation with the Clay Hotel. The Clay was a hotel/hostel that closed its hostel part two years ago and a place I stayed for 20 years when I visited South Beach. Some twenty years ago, it was THE place to stay and so, so much fun!
On my last day, I went down to South Pointe Park. They just finished construction at the lighthouse sculpture less than a year ago, and it's now all torn up again! ARGH! I made it down to the old rock pier on to ...
... surfers paradise.
Lunch at a latin american with peruvian specialties, nice chicken dish aji something, fish n prawns, snd off course, the sangria.
Then off to the ocean beach road, the art deco decorated with colourful lights, the crowds and the right atmosphere. Well, it s saturday night, if there need be an explanation for it. Loud music ...
... 11am asking if we need band aids. What the hell. We have now taken pics of the glass on the patio and in the out door shower. When we return home these will be posted on every travel site we can find. Not worth the money..... On a better note Sugarcane restaurant in downtown Miami is a gem. The bacon wrapped dates stuffed with homemade sausage and manchego cheese were amazing. Grilled cheese with beef cheek was great. Also loved the ...
... the beach is there, may aswell!! Last night I opened a mahoosive pack of oreos thinking they would last until we come home - me and izzy finished them all by today. The diet starts the second I cross over that bridge to wales I swear!
Not too sure what our plans are for tomorrow, however on Friday we move to Orlando, catching a bus that leaves at 5:45 AM!!!! That should be fun..
This week's forecast is a lot of rain..so let's see how this goes :)
... been laughing his tits off when he said it and you will hear why in a minute. At a cost of US $41 plus tip, I had high expecations. I ordered a Brazillian Mojito for my first one and was not disappointed. Now, 'giant' is an understatement. These drinks were huge and contained a truckload of booze. The barman was a joker from Chile who knew a lot about rugby so I yarned to him quite a bit while working my way through the mojito. After getting through my first cocktail, ...