Clifton South Beach Hotel
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... And I mean everybody. There was a full family of mum, dad and kid all dressed as cops – mum was in the kind of cop outfit you need to pay $200 per hour for, if you catch my drift. There were 45 year old Batmans, 50 year old Shreks and many other outfits. We also happened to see a couple of 65+ year old women in the Wonderwoman outfit – not the kind with the classy little dress at the bottom, but the kind that was a full-length cling-on-to-the-body type. ...
... a twenty minute seminar attempting to justify the reasons why alligators needed to be farmed. The man explained that their blood is used in our antibiotic medication due to being naturally resistant to infection and they are also farmed for food, as demand for alligator meat is on the rise. The man then proceeded in feeding the alligators on his demand as if they were his pets, explaining how they respected him which was why he was able to get ...
... crinkly one dollar note in the bus machine for almost the entire length of the ride and made my way over to South Beach to find a hostel that was on hostelworld at 8 dollars a night , yet turned out to be 24?!!
On the way I passed this irish tourist charmer who was basically a bell end, and our conversation ended in the lines ‘oh I’m actually from Coventry’ – I’m sorry.
Then walked (still with all my stuff) in the opposite ...
... The rest of the afternoon was spent on the beach - incredibly windy but still very warm. We had dinner on Ocean drive followed by a visit to the infamous Mango's - a cheesy Mexican bar where men/women in little clothing perform on the bar. After paying $20 for 2 beers we drunk them very slowly to enjoy the entertainment - however after nearly 2 hours the bar staff began to stare at us until we felt compelled to leave. Day 2. Wasn't ...
... Africans were here, though people come to work in this industry from all over the world: Australia, New Zealand, all over the U.S., and even a guy from Czech.
My first day I jumped in the car to go explore and miraculously ended up at the beach, oopsy. I still can't get over how beautiful it is here, even with clouds in the sky it is just amazing. The colors of the sunsets never cease ...