Kendall Hotel and Suites
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... pricey but the meals were huge. Lou wasn't impressed that we had to pay an 'entertainment fee' for girls dancing during breaks in the soccer - this was outside and we weren't even sitting outside? Definitely getting sick of all America's hidden fees!!
We headed back to the hotel after lunch to relax for a little while before we headed to Lincoln road to get some icecream. A kiddie cone which is usually small in Oz was two massive scoops and that was ...
... and arrive into Bogota at 8pm at night, however unlike them I had no desire to arrive into Bogota at whatever the cost today and I really didn’t want to land anywhere in South America after dark, especially when I don’t speak or understand any of the local language. So I took the option of taking the next flight out and being put up in a hotel with dinner, bed and breakfast on Spirit Airlines, whilst the other 5 tried to argue their way and ...
This is our last day in Cuba. After an early morning breakfast we head to the airport to go through Customs and board our plane back to Miami.
It's been a wonderful trip, start to finish. I have to commend our group leader, Cuqui and guide, Jose for making this trip better than ...
... the process. Oops! I blame the mojitos.
After lunch we head up to the eighth floor pool which is adults only, and settle down next to a well-known '90s DJ who's catching the rays. Praise him!
By sunset there's a little nip in the air so we jump in a cab back to the Park Central and dress for dinner. Claudia, one of the staff at Soho House, had recommended a restaurant called SushiSamba which is the buzziest place on South Beach. A mixture of Japanese, Brazilian ...
... didn’t have to twist Bart’s arm, to join me either.
We began our journey the next day waiting just outside the train station in Tallahassee. An easy toss of our duffel bags was followed by the effortless climb into the slow moving box car.
There is no way we could have predicted what we were getting ourselves into as usual, but that’s how I wanted it.
This adventure presented elements of disaster and predicaments much higher on ...