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DAY 1 – March 12, 2015
"One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things." - Henry Miller
Drove down to Port Everglades Cruise Terminal and got caught in Southern Florida traffic 'again'. This time it was an accident on I-95 and Atlantic. So that put us about one ...
Location : Terminal 3, Fort Lauderdale Airport Daytime visit : Cape Coral Yacht Club, Cape Coral, Florida Sunrise : 6.50am Sunset : 6.29pm Temperature (high) : 32c / 89.6f (low) : 18c / 64.4f Time : GMT -5 hours ------------------- (Ship's location : In port at Sydney, Australia) Once again, bright sunshine was streaming through my bedroom window to wake me on my last morning in America. I began to pack, which was remarkably difficult trying ...
... and going around helping the people in need on the streets of Miami is by far the best thing kids can do for this world. Helping homeless people really does hit you deep and is exactly what teenagers need to experience growing up, otherwise they could turn out bad and not appreciate anything.
I don't have to depart till tomorrow at 6:55pm from Miami Airport so all day today I have just been hanging around ...
... I even considered going home early. There was also the threat of bad weather in the south, so might not be much fun. I decided to book a week in Fort Lauderdale. Kill or cure! I got an amazing deal on my favourite suite at the hilton on the beach. It really does pay to join reward schemes, and to get to know the manager! The journey to FL was awful! Had to get up at 4.30am, which was no biggie, as it wasn't ...
... tight u turn in front of a sea wall, a strong current and the taking of photos or I would not be writing this tale.
As would be expected under such conditions docking at Grove Isle was no picnic even with the assistance of 5 men, who were no match for the wind and 66 tons of boat. The wind was still blowing at 30 mph and the current and tide were against us. Since we were aimed directly at the dock, we tried to pull in bow first but that was not going to happen. We almost ...