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I was going to start my entry about the Everglades mentioning that we were visiting the grandaddy of all tropical gardens. Not so; the very first thing our airboat guide Victor told us was that the Everglades was a river, named by the British who said it reminded them of 'the glades' at home. By 8 AM, we were on the road to Coopertown where we planned to meet the airboat people at Dade Corners, an all-purpose and as far as I know, only Zagat-rated truck stop. Everyone else meets ...
... It rained off and on all day today, so thankfully our explorations of Miami and its surroundings could be enjoyed from the friendly confines of our Kia Sorrento. A trip to the University of Miami in Coral Gables gave Hayley a look at yet another American college/university and allowed us to see one of Miami's more affluent suburbs. Strolling through Little Havana was an interesting experience, and ...
... website to socialize it’s in our blood. That said there was
one meetup called "Cultured Circles" that If you find yourself in Miami you must do. The one I did was the Ai WeiWei exhibit at the Perez Museum (Ai WeiWei – Chinese activist , artist, architect and much more http://aiweiwei.com/) the people were great especially the host. G will make you ...
What's the next 3.5 months of travel all about?
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you
choose? My head was spinning like a globe to find the answer.
The answer is complicated.
It’s hard to describe.
The short answer - Hawaii and New Zealand.
The long answer – it’s all in a question.
I want to live the ...
What to do on your first full day at Miami Beach?
You start the day off with a 4km run at 8.00am in 30 degree heat. I have to admit I walked a wee bit on the way back. It was so hot!
Breakfast was enjoyed next to the pool. Lucky Charms, yum yum.
The best way to cool off? Spend five hours parked at the beach. The beach is really ...