Miramar Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and decided to cook for the evening. So we bought lots of veggies and chicken with some noodles. My new favourite thing is yellow squash. It's so tasty and fills you up! So we went back to the apartment and decided to stay in for the evening. Hannah had decided to have a shower and I said I would cook food so I went into the kitchen to prepare and the guy came home, he was like 'shall we cook together as I have basically the same thing but double the amount of ...
... had to be tactful to our faces but we were overwhelmed with the universal good will and positive feeling about America at virtually every stop. I found this surprising as my current state of mind regarding USA is hardly positive (especially after realizing how much tax money we spend on feeding John Kerry and of course that he tried to ruin my shoes). We got a real sense of almost yearning from the various Europeans we encountered - for our lifestyle, for our (in their minds) ...
... to charities due to the $1.00 bills that get pinned to the walls, ceilings etc. by patrons. When room runs out they remove the money and a donation is made. The amount of $10,000.00 was the first donation.
Our next stop was to Sharkies Beach in Venice. Venice is known as the Shark Tooth capital of the world. This beach is known to be able to find a shark's tooth in the ...
... not afraid but this trooper braved an entrance to the house, which made him sneakier than the rest. I went in the bedroom with Jessica so I wouldn’t be alone with the lizard in the other room. She begged me to catch him but sadly my lizard catching days were over. I sat at the edge of the bed and crossed my legs to better hold my bladder, in fear walking past the kitchen to the bathroom he may launch his rugged body in my hair, or even ...
... began pounding against the sides. This lasted for several hours. We were grateful there were no whitecaps, just swells. Nonetheless, there was enough rocking and rolling to make moving around the boat a real challenge. It was crab walk time again. Both of us stumbled a few times. But hooray, nothing was broken and the puke bucket proved to be an unnecessary precaution.
One good thing that happened on the Crossing is that my beloved Captain learned to trust ...