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... to the right thing) we then we passed through Tavernier and on to Islamorada. We stopped in at the marina which had a fabulous old building which actually held a huge Bass Pro Shop(Wade was in heaven it was a fishing shop) This shop also houses a beautiful wooden boat that Hemmingway sailed on and then ordered the same boat (with a few minor changes) It was also used in the war. This boat has also been used in a number of movies and has now been restored ...
... to be out of the swamp. I got to the marina and visitor centre at flamingo and had a look around. Really, it reminds me of Moreton bay, the muddy windy areas of Moreton bay. I go to the visitors centre and grab a map, I really wanted to hike. I had heard a man in the visitors centre mention a boat ride through the park. I asked the Park Ranger about the boat tour too, she said it was booked down in the marina. I went and enquired, the last one was in ...
... to go to and from the beach. I hit the interstate. The drive is not exciting except for passing a Google street view car. I took a mental note to look that up in a few months. See if the blue Prius made the cut. I hit another toll on the drive south. I'd done over 10,000 km by this point, and I only have hit a toll in Florida. As the interstate hit it's further most southern track and turned east I took an exit to the south and headed towards the Everglades. I wanted ...
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... 8221; place than normal. It was a really cool, vibrant street with loads of boutique shops, bars and restaurants all along it.
One of the things you must do if you ever visit Key West is the boat trip to Dry Tortugas National Park. It is simply stunning! It’s 70miles west of Key West and is only accessible by boat or seaplane so it is literally in the middle of nowhere. The park is home of Fort Jefferson, one ...