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... living spot for the native Miccosukee tribal members. There were Tiki-like huts, one for cooking, one which was a living space, and one that was used for sleeping. The sleeping hut had elevated sleeping areas so nothing in the swamp would snatch them up in the middle of the night. This is, as I call it, gator-on-human crime. After that, we went back to the dock. It was about a 45 minute trip. Fun was had, pictures were taken and gators were respected. Talk to you guys later!
We had a nice gathering to welcome in the new Jewish year with hopes for PEACE, health, and happiness. All the family was here with the exception of J who broke his fast in Ocala at a suchi restaurant. I don't have any pictures. Maybe we can add some later. I was not feeling up to such a big endeavor just before driving ...
... actually get a hostel with a pool and after meeting a group of Aussies, we
spent all day in it, drinking beers and watching the Olympics opening ceremony. That night, we spent the evening on the beach at Rodadero,where we rented deckchairs and had vendors bringing us beers while locals swam in the sea until nearly midnight. After that, we returned to the hostel where the bar was still open, we ended up going out again with some more Aussies and found ourselves at a local festival. ...
After flying for awhile, we finally made it to Miami around 1. We decided to work on our spanish on the plane and we probably sounded ridiculous, but we were having fun! We waited outside for our shuttle for about 20 minutes,which seemed like forever because we were tired, but we finally made it to our room around 215 a.m. and probably didn't get to sleep until about 3; we were a bit tired the next morning. I don't think it hit me until we were in the ...
... praying mantis, a rare sighting apparently. We were going to walk the trail that went into a hammock, (a stand of trees on a natural rise), but a couple of minutes along, we got covered in mosquitoes and ran back to the road, scratching! We then walked along the boardwalk, but here we saw no wildlife, so headed back to the van. We then continued west along US41 and decided to do a ...
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