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Travel Blogs from Marathon
... The first few days were spent enjoying the lovely beach of Sandspur. Lucky me, I got there early enough to find my shady spot. It was very easy to kill time doing nothing but staring out at the sea, catching up with friends online, reading, taking photos, observing the lizards say "hi" and nose around my pack and chatting with the locals. When hunger called, there were a few small cafes to eat at - one where ...
... seasonal residents put on "horse races" - kind of a
keys version of Bingo - and the joint was hopping. We stayed for a
couple races, and then left disappointed in not winning anything...the
Buttery Nipple shots we drank at the bar kept us toasty warm on our way
back to the RV .
Saturday morning Jill stopped in to say hello on her way to Key West. Kathy and Adam were with her, and the visit was nice.
The boys took the ...
... thing now. I'm not sure she will survive without the Cuban pork and lime onions when she gets back to G'ville. Then the boys came home early. It was stormy at sea. So much for shopping Mom style.
Then we had dinner (grilled pork chops and grilled pineapple). It was tropical style. Then we watched Underworld Evolution which was awesome. The theme continues. Go dogs!
Well, I'm tired again. Goodnight my friends. Goodnight my Rufus.
... livery as well right down to the badges on the front. Just completely fantastic. Please click on the picture because it changes into a short video and a picture of this is worth a thousand words. What some people will do to achieve perfection. I was completely in awe at the skill and craftsmanship that went into every model being exhibited. Even to the plane nearly landing on the wall!
Leaving wintery England, headed for the sunnier climes of the USA and ...
... ended up getting there on time and saw a tightrope juggler (not so good), a sword swallower (obnoxious), a magician called the Great Rondini (awesome - I got a picture with him), and a guy dressed up as Jack Sparrow who had the mannerisms down perfectly. There was also a guy sitting in the middle of the pavement hiding behind some palm leaves scaring people as they passed, which was pretty hilarious.
After that we headed to Conch Republic where ...