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Motel us standard, rien de plus, mais a prix très correct. Pratique pour aller voir des alligators
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... of dark clouds and bursts of rain.
Nonetheless, we drove down to the Everglades, we had come all this way, a little rain wasn't going to put us off.
Alarm bells should have rung on the drive down. A cavalcade of Police cars were fast approaching us from behind. As Kirsty was driving this may not seem unusual that we attracted the attention of the police! But they overtook us and carried on.
Near the entrance to the ...
... much of America is open all hours, so whilst it was approaching 10pm at this point, we pulled into a shopping mall and found somewhere to eat. One advantage of driving at night time is much less traffic on the roads and the rest of our journey down to Florida City went smoothly. We checked into our motel, driving up to our room, dropping our bags on the floor and jumping into the huge bed (after swatting a number of mosquitoes that had sneaked into the ...
... so I was surprised when the part we visited looked more like the grass lands of the prairies! In fact the Everglades are a mix of coastal marsh, fresh water slough, mangroves, saw grass prairie, cypress & hardwood hammock. At Shark Valley we took the wildlife viewing tram through the Shark River Slough & saw-grass prairie to see where the alligators like to hang out! There were too many to count!
-Capital city of Florida is Tallahassee
-The United States is a country of various languages, but Florida consists of the language, English
-Recorded in 2012, there are 19.32 million people living in Florida
-Florida uses the U.S ...
... the eclogue and particular the different species of mangrove. Along the way we saw another crocodile. Rare? Theres two in a couple of hundred metres. The channel opened up into a bay and after crossing that and through a river, we were in the massive inland expanse of whitewater bay, where the murky fresh water from up north mixes with the salt of the gulf. This was where out tour ended and we 180'd and headed back. It was an hour plus tour. ...