Pelican Pointe Hotel
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... of place people go on holiday to. Beautiful, laid back and yes, the bars have live music. Monday was downtown Tampa Ybor City...a Cuban area created 100 years ago to roll cigars. It's antiquated by Florida standards. Yes, more bars and craft beer. Beer we UK people would be proud of... And my last night was at The Blueberry Patch...America's oldest art space. Full of what most people would call hippies...except these are the real thing...musicians and artists ...
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... necessities, which we so desperately needed in Mexico. Such as, Easter marshmallow Peeps for Lulu, Suave anti-perspiring roll on at .97 cents each (as opposed to $3.00 in Mexico), new Hanes boxer shorts for me, batteries and some much needed repair parts for the RV.
I got all my stuff crammed in to 2 suitcases, with the larger one weighing in at its maximum weight of 50 lbs and the smaller one coming in at 35 lbs. The airlines charged $40 for ...
... finding something to keep us entertained.
So anyhow, we were promptly delivered to the door and shown where the check-in desk was. Debra Jackson checked us in and was very helpful and friendly, which quite honestly is a rarity in people working in the public anymore. So, here was my first aggrivation.... I tell her that I have my AAA card and ask if she needs to see it and I am told that my travel agent did ...
... country stamps. No Visa is required for US Citizens to enter South Africa.
My suitcase is almost packed and filled with all the khaki/green/safari/Columbia sportswear clothes I own. No formal attire or dressy clothing. The temperature in Cape Town yesterday was 35 degrees celcius which is about 105 Farenheit so summer clothing only.
Two more days of anticipation and then I'm on my way!