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... was really good. We had a great time. It’s really a sing-along piano bar, and people were requesting fun songs. Plus, Dave was really funny. When he played Piano Man (by Billy Joel), he had a girl come up to hold the harmonica for him when he needed it. He told her he’d nod when he was ready for the harmonica. But on purpose he would wait until the last minute and just blow into the microphone.
We finally left about 11 pm, even though we didn’t want ...
... in nightclubs and bars, which charge ridiculous prices for drinks! For party animals, Miami is perfect, but it wasn’t for us. To us, the Southern states (Texas, Louisiana and Tennessee) felt far more like “real” America than Miami, where 60% of the population speak Spanish as a first language.
Our next stop is the capital – Washington DC. I wonder if we’ll bump into Obama?
Miss you all lots.
... such a close game though 95-88.
As we walked back to our apartment there were people hanging out of their high rise apartment windows banging those pots and pans. There were people hanging out of car windows banging those pots and pans too. So amazing to be part of that. We were laughing about it.
We are finding that whoever we speak too here loves our accent and wants to know all about Australia.
Tomorrow we go see the bike!
... had all caught the sun a bit. I decided on seeing what our hotel pool was like and found out there was a pool party with music n good value drinks, speaking to some locals they said we had 'lucked out' getting this hotel which was true, due to its prime location near bars, restaurants and the beach. Also gave a quick call back to the parents as I hadn't yet let them know I'd arrived. It was still red hot in the ...
... couldn't get any worse we then met 3 guys from Tampa (Ryan,Cory and Cody) who we drunk beer with and will most likely meet up with later on our journeys. Leaving Daytona beach with a leg of ham to keep us going we continued to the Kennedy Space Centre in Cape Canaveral. Deciding not to pay the $65 entrance fee we heard of a rocket launch the next day, that we could see from ...