Rainbow Ocean Palms Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... through the Everglades topped them all. The trip was a challenge, but the people were unreal. We left the hostel around 7 am and drove to a pier where a motor boat scooped us up and drop us about an hour down the river to a dock where we transferred to our canoes. We then paddled about an hour and a half to our camp and played like we were kids again. Climbing trees, flipping into the "tea" stained river, playing card games and drinking boxed ...
... bed. Falling asleep got even more difficult when I discovered a huge insect flying just over my head. It was about the same size as my hand, and I first thought it was a bat, something which it turned out not to be. I got Giacomo to kill it for me, and afterwards I still had problems sleeping because I then started getting worried about the possibility of other big insects nearby. I woke up just before 4:30, and woke Giacomo up to ...
... real name) did her best not to throw up! I wasn't exactly feeling fit as a fiddle by this point, but she was 10 times worse! The instructor said we should head back to drop Doris off and I could go back out with him if I wanted...no chance sunshine! I would definitely have been ill going back out there, the waves were horrendous! So instead I went for a nice woodland walk through an area that is actually a National Park, to get some fresh air and ...
... ferry, then the train to the airport, where we arrived at around 10.00. Unfortunately the car was not yet ready and we had to wait until we got picked up. The rainfall got less intense, but the next problem soon showed up just as we got on the M1. The road was totally congested and we drove 3 (!!) hours in stop-and go. So we ...
... our way to our motel we stop at the shipwreck of the SS Maheno which became beached in 1935. We also hike to the top of the most easterly part is the island called Indian Head and see turtles and sting rays down in the surf below. We then head to the motel and go for a cool swim in the pool before dinner. After a night walk on the beach to see the stars and the effervescent plankton, we head to bed and rest up for a busy day ...