Club Regency of Marco Island
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From March 25th until we left on March 31 we pretty much spend each day at the beach or pool or exploring Naples. Talked a lot about Naples and Cape Cod and the differences that became more and more apparent.
We regret we left on March 31st at 6:00 am for home making it to ...
After a night in a hotel, Craig and I headed west from Miami along Highway 41. We saw at least a dozen alligators sunning themselves along the banks of the canal that bordered the roadway. We stopped at a visitor centre for Big Cypress State Preserve and saw a film on the ecosystems in the area before continuing to our campground for the next 3 nights at Collier-Seminole State Park. Over the next few days we canoed , golfed and had some ...
... campsite had been empty till around 9pm when a huge family arrived and started setting up. I am pretty sure they brought their entire house with them. We found it so strange that people go camping and actually, no joke, bring their microwave, fridge, crock pot and stadium style spot lights with them. What’s the point of camping? We were nervous they were going to be really loud but once we got into the van we stopped hearing them and it was a quiet comfortable ...
... by his shell. I think we were all a bit uncomfortable with this, but he did get it to bite. I asked the guide about the dentist drill sound in the trees, but he didn't have a clue what I was talking about. Despite the turtle abuse the whole experience was amazing and I'd thoroughly recommend it to anyone. Back in the car we had a two hour return journey to get to our next hotel destination, The Coconut Palm Inn. We knew this was going to be the highlight of ...
... gators as the former has a more pointed mouth and 120 teeth which are all visible even with the mouth closed. This compares to gators which have about 80 teeth of which you can only see the eye teeth when the mouth is closed and their mouths are more rounded) In the evening we sampled a local delicacy and tried gator nuggets (sorry to be clichéd but they did taste like slightly chewy chicken!) That's all for ...