Hampton Inn St. Augustine-Historic District
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... of the house and where they use to "party" with mum and dad in the pool room etc. We also skyped dad and had a quick chat to him whilst we were there. It was late by this time, around 10pm and we were all growing very tired. Poor Mike had to get up at 4:30am for work, and Ida had to work at 9am. So we all decided it was time for bed.
Aaron and I passed out pretty quick and set our alarm to be up and gone with Ida by 9am. ...
We headed home and decided to have some lovely chocolate for dessert and some more of uncle Rob’s lemon liqueur and said cheers for our last night together. Uncle Rob put on "CATS" Musical as I said I’d never seen it, and apparently I did “ok” at understanding it haha. After a while we decide to go and pack a little before heading to bed for a long drive to Atlanta ...
... town. We got home and relaxed for the afternoon before heading out at low tide (around 6:30-7pm) to go shark tooth hunting.
We get to the beach and begin our shark tooth hunting experience, the beginning of our hunting was dry and we weren’t having much luck, however uncle Rob found the first one. It was a weird brown shark tooth, and after seeing what it looked like it was much easier to know what I was looking ...
... When it came time to put our purchases in the back of the Mountaineer we asked ourselves why we had such a huge car before. (The answer is, we went on a lot more road trips in the US than we do in Japan.)
Allie came to Nana and Pop Pops and spent two nights with Raelyn and Daniel. The kids had so much fun just being together again. Fri. we tried to go to Orange Park Elem. at dismissal to see old friends, but they ...
... all primates – makes me want to just hug and squeeze them.
*regal West African crowned cranes, hooded vultures and Marabou storks
*great Florida native herons, egrets, ibis, spoonbills and wood storks
Birds of Africa – West Africa crowned cranes, hooded vultures, Marabou storks. The cape Griffon vultures have a wingspan of over 8 feet wide.