Driftwood Beach Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... it earlier in one of the blog postings, I’ve posted a picture collage of our packing routine. The top carrier held 3 of the 4 luggages, Ricky’s kennel, dog stuff, inflatable mattress, inflator, Matt’s nebulizer and an assortment of pillows, cleaning supplies and more dog stuff. The back of the care had the fourth luggage, a plastic container filled with shoes not in use, Matt’s wheel chair (partially disassembled), ...
... the entire rental cost of $3400 for the 5 weeks. Yep, you guessed it. We thought we were ****** and the trip was ruined.
Something we are learning fast I that you cannot prepare for everything. The issue with the credit card meant we could not rent the car.
We went back to Miami airport for the wifi access as we were already close. We have changed our plans for the trip now, and it turns out that we will spend less money, and still get to drive a lot and see ...
Today was a bit sad as we said our
final goodbyes to some of our new found friends. We had become a
close group for 113 days during the World Cruise and some for even
longer, because we started in San Francisco on December 18, 2013.
As we look back, we sailed through the
Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Ocean and covered around 35,041
nautical miles. We visited 38 ports in ...
Well hello there all you lovely people finding time to read this, Back by popular demand I have decided to relaunch my little travel blog and introduce you to my 2nd contract working for Disney cruise line. This time though, on a different ship with a bit of a different intenary. As of the 29th of January, I have been working aboard the Disney Wonder, one of the older and smaller ships of the ...
... is a new highway that was just completed 2 years ago that drives from San Jose down the coast... Equipped with "Quick Pass" (the Costa Rican version of EZ pass) and all. There are road signs with speed limits, although no one seems to pay attention to these. Cars weave around each other at 80mph as if the person in front was going 25. Roland speaks only some English but we talked the best we could to each other. He stopped for us at a bridge over ...