Great Escape Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... became too difficult. Hopefully I don't live to regret it, same as not visiting The Airplane Boneyard in Tucson. I also wanted to do an airboat tour of the Everglades. But once I got down here I couldn't think of anything worse than going into the swamp to look at some alligators. Not going to live to regret that one. Off to Charleston tomorrow on the 4th of July. Already got my red, white and blue ready to ...
... around 6pm, unfortunately as we arrived Tirso got called back into work, so me Sarah and Mary headed out for dinner just the three of us. We went to Flanagan's, this was a real favourite old haunt of mine from my last trip to Miami. It's all ribs and burgers! The best ribs I've ever eaten. Sarah got an enormous burger! We had a lovely night catching up with Mary, and she even insisted on treating us to dinner! With that our first stint in the states was done! Peru up ...
... the middle of the Atlantic do you really think that life vest is going to do me any good? I think not. This also was another clue about which members of the herd would not make it. Just like on an airplane, if you can't work the seat belt you're just going to die. You would think this is rocket science. Total waste of a half hour. At 4:00 the captain comes on the intercom to inform us we're leaving in 20 minutes. Sorry, but my ...
... was in order on both days, and dinner at Southport Raw Bar. Both Simunye and Inspiration readied ourselves for the crossing on Sunday after John and Joanne had decided to leave at 6am on Sunday morning. Logically, this made sense, since they expected to travel around 8 knots and we only expected to travel around 5 knots.
We weighed anchor at 5:30pm and were heading out Port Everglades at 6pm. At sunrise, we would be just off the North Bimini channel. Bahamas, here we come! :)
... later and we’re in a completely different world again seeing the Smokey mountains in full spring colour just as the bears came out. We finally started tanning on the Georgia and Carolina beaches, where dolphins came to join us. An epic bus journey to Las Vegas from Atlanta was absolutely hellish but it was amazing to see the mountains change to swamp, to prairies and then from yellow to brown to red desert, before landing in a big neon ...