Sands of Islamorada
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Heute haben wir einige Stunden im Auto verbracht, somit haben wir nicht allzuviel zu erzählen ... Sorry for that! Nach einem kleinen Frühstück im Cabana Inn begann unsere Reise nach Naples. Fahrzeit: 5 Stunden und 4 Minuten ... Na brack ... Nach knapp 2 Stunden kamen wir an einer überdimensional großen Languste vorbei, da …
... with them. Truly amazing experience. The kids also enjoyed it as they got really close to the dolphins and saw all their tricks etc...
When we got back we chilled out and read our books looking out over the most stunning ocean view. Then we relaxed in the van - Chloe did hairdressing with me; Phoebe and I cooked tacos for all; we watched the beautiful sunset....all fab. The bad side was that our loo is blocked in the RV! Not good....!
Today, Thursday, we drove the nine miles to the Crane Point Nature Center and Wild Bird Refuge. It sits on about thirty six acres that were purchased by a refugee from Bermuda, George Adderly, at the end of the nineteenth century. He paid a hundred dollars for it. Eventually there were about thirty fellow Bermudans living there in a small village. George sold the property to a wealthy family by ...
- When everything looks the same,
one should always use your GPS to mark key spots (or leave it turned
on so you have a complete path).
- Old-timers described this canoe
route as: “Hell to get into, Hell to get out of.”
- Hell's Bay Launch:
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl= en&geocode=&q=25.23253,-80.8231 ...
... dressed with crisp linen tablecloths, gold plates and heavy silver cutlery.
The night is balmy and humid so the fans putter away while the obsequious waiters fill our crystal glasses. It's delightfully pretentious amongst the more relaxed vibe of Key West's usual eateries and obviously attracts the A-gay crowd by looking at our fellow diners. We can see why when we're presented with the menu; perhaps we should have checked the prices first!