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... the environment, it did encourage another couple to hop off. We then completed the loop and headed back to the ship. It was wonderful to spend sometime just sitting on the shore where it was silent except for the waves lapping the shore and only seeing a few locals after 9 days on the ship with consistent noise and crowds of people. This was our last stop, tomorrow we are at sea all day and will need to pack and get organised for our next ...
... in case the scorpion decided to move or sting me. After that bit of excitement and the guy had finally returned back to the show (not entirely sure leaving me holding a scorpion on my own was a very sensible idea, what if I had properly freaked out and dropped it!) he demonstrated alligator wrestling. This is a barehanded technique which was originally used by the Seminole Indians to capture alligators. He basically jumped on ...
... for the Florida Manatee, or sea cow. I didn’t see any. After about seven miles, I crossed the Brickell Key Drive Bridge to circle Brickell Key (an island). In the 1920’s, spoils from dredging the Miami River were deposited on what was then a scrubby place known as Burlingame Island. Today, it is the 44 acre site of some of America’s most expensive real estate. Good idea. I will admit, however, that the ...
... got the local bus downtown.
We found Bayside, the area by the harbour, and had some cocktails and Cuban food for dinner. Jumped on the free Metro Mover - a driverless monorail - to see around downtown, but the windows were so tinted we couldn't see anything. Caught the bus back to the hotel. Proud of our public transport usage!
... airport. Roisin never managed to buy a new suitcase stateside. Not taking any chances that her case may split altogether after the cracks and rips that had appeared at the beginning of this blog, we wrapped it in what seemed like 3 miles of cellophane.
We checked in and headed through security to the departure lounge. At the top of a concourse as we were about to step on the escalator that would take us down to the gate, we were stopped by a man in a jacket and ...