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I don't know why I chose that title. It's just that when I think of Miami I think of Gloria Estefan. Okay, then I think of Miami Vice and CSI Miami. I found myself looking for familiar buildings from the fly over shots from the opening of CSI. Nothing looked familiar except boats, canals and ocean. It was different with Hawaii, we recognized all sorts of things from TV. And isn't that just a strange measure of things, trying to identify surroundings ...
... leave me. All the tv shows have instilled some kind of image. Of like babes running on the beach. Facing the Atlantic Ocean, one can't help but feel almost feel like its a second home though I never really did come here v much. Rays of the morning sun streaming through the clouds makes a lovely picture. Am transported back to sunset in Florida key west. Memories of youth that cannot be taken away ...
... not to moan 2. A maximum of 3 toilet breaks throughout the day The bikes were a fantastic idea. We first visited a holocaust memorial which was both haunting and beautiful. The sculptures, although incredible were quite disturbing. Next stop a botanical garden to lift our spirits, however they were lowered further after discovering Alex and I are both lawn snobs. Alex's dad actually has 8 lawn mowers. We then spent the rest of the day on ...
... hole created inside the coral is 15 feet of a watery swimming pool with another 15 feet above water clearance staring up at the coral formations and small eroded holes which let in streams of sunlight.Easily one of the most thrilling experiences of the summer! The brightly colored fish inside the Grotto swarm about in front of your masked face as they are clearly accustomed to the visiting humans and the rice we knew to bring them. We swam around this natural ...
Our luggage is almost packed and as I take care of the this & that of leaving home for a month in Italy, I find myself daydreaming about the upcoming days. After all the months of planning where to stay, what to see, how much time driving each day, where to eat and crafting an "ideal itinerary", it's time to let that structure go - use it as a reference point and let the days flow and enjoy each day.
Each country ...