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After my morning walk and breakfast with Joanne, we both headed out for a day of adventure.
Joanne and I had decided we were going to rent a scooter today. We had already talked with a local company so knew where we would be renting.
We tried out several scooters - a couple where we would both ride on it and another one where it was for single drivers. We finally decided to go with the single driver ones.
We rode around South Beach a bit and ...
... we were in Miami, who needs sleep right? Met up with Biva and Allon and decided on an "early" one in order to enjoy the day on Saturday and be fresh n ready for some serious partying on Saturday night. We started late so only ended up back at our hotel around 3am but it was tame and we spent Saturday day on Miami Beach soaking up the rays, the sun had finally decided to arrive in the supposed "sunshine state". Pete and Bronnie joined us from Fort Lauderdale later in ...
... learnt a few tidbits about the Everglades, but by far the most interesting part of the drive was seeing an alligator just hanging out by the side of the road. We made it to our little Everglades safari park and were immediately ushered into a massive air-boat, and yes, it's just as awesome as it looks in the movies. We all squeezed in our ear plugs to protect against the deafening noise of the fans and set off through the Everglades. Careening through ...
... a dance, including getting a lesson on how to dance like the American's, we headed back to the hotel. However due to amount we drank Rich thought it would be fun to push me into a load of small hedges, this resulted in me mashing up my foot, in retaliation is slapped a bloody flip flop in my good friends face with blood splattering all over his white top. Not the best end to the night but heres to the next night out. ...
... a beer fuelled Saturday night on Ocean Drive, visited Flamingo Park and the Botanical Gardens. The Holocaust memorial is definitely worth a visit and is the most interesting memorial that we have seen outside of Auschwitz.
Miami was a fantastic way to finish the North American leg of the world tour and we have had a total blast here so we will give Miami 8/10.
The North American leg of the world tour is now complete. We have travelled 9197 miles ...
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