Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Miami-Kendall
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... Hammock where we saw mahogany trees which are one of the top ten endangered trees. We also saw Royal Palm, the Gumbo tree and Strangler fig as well as many other trees unfamiliar to me. From there we drove back the 30+- miles to our site. We are always in awe of our National Parks and the Everglades did not disappoint! Gorgeous and diverse with hardwoods, marsh, mangrove, prairie, marine and freshwater all combined in over 1.3 million ...
... the damming and polluting of our true nature. When we comprehend what we have become and take an inventory of divergence from our original, veritable nature, we can put in place the treatments necessary to cleanse ourselves – returning back to our unadulterated and preferred state. Reclamation!
As a wise man once said, "The Dude abides" (The Big Lebowski).
I hope you enjoy the photographs of this distinctive area.
... at uni. I’m going to publish the photos for now and hope to get back to writing about our times there as and when we can, possibly all on this flight if the child in front of me cries all the way.
We make absolutely no apologies for falling behind, it’s always going to be more important to go out and have the experiences we’re here for than sit home and write about the ones we managed to fit around blogging . That ...
... and funny. He started by showing us some of the other animals that live in the Everglades namely a scorpion. It was huge! which apparently is a good thing as the bigger they are the less toxic their venom is. The man joked around standing by people pretending to put it on their heads using his hand instead etc. Then he came up to me and asked me to put out my hand. I don’t quite know what I was thinking at that point. Like he ...
... about the airboat ride than alligators. We found one baby sitting on a bank. Baby is a bit of a loose term, it was a year old and probably about 30cm long. Then we saw the head of another in the water. It was keeping an eye on us that's for sure.
I much preferred the Airboat ride in the swamps of New Orleans in 2011. The guide was better, we saw more and ...