Hampton Inn Ft. Lauderdale West / Pembroke Pines
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... some clean shorts for tomorrow. He was sweet enough to wait around for a while so I could hang out in the bathroom......nothing happened by the way. Got back to the truck around 10. Jp promptly fell asleep while I spent some time cleaning up. I think our last shower was on August 2. That's one shower in a week! I better post the "wipes" post soon! 11:03 ...
... a Sunday morning. As we feared, our luggage was overweight. Both pieces were. The airline agent suggested that we either reorganize our luggage so that only one piece was overweight (for a $100 charge) or change one of our carryons to become a checked piece (for a $45 charge). We attempted to do the latter and shoved a whole bunch of stuff into my Briggs & Riley carryon (even unzipping the expansion). We'll see if that expensive ...
... that she would like some food from MacDonalds as there was nothing appealing. The line was around the block and she decided that she would eat some trail mix instead. After another 45 minutes or so, she asked if the line had gotten smaller, and I said it had... She then decided to get a salad and me some French Frys at MacDonalds. Fran started her salad, and noticed that, at a table behind me there were no people but a few ...
... sand is very soft, and the truck is only 2-WD, so we have to do some serious hoon driving to get through.
Stop in a large semi-spherical cave with a hole in the roof, called the Big Hogan, a woman's hogan because of the shape, with a smoke hole in the roof. Using the cave as a natural sound shell, our guide plays a native flute, and a woman guide on a parallel tour sings a native song. Both performances are excellent, and really create a spiritual atmosphere.
Last night was a short night, so I imagine after we get in tonight at the hotel, we will be bushed. There is a one hour time difference the best I can figure. So, when it is 8 PM here (Eastern time), it will be 7 there. One good thing about traveling south, one does not have to deal with a big time difference.