Sleep Inn at Miami International Airport
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Thursday This time we were sorry to be moving on, most other times we have been ready but the Florida Keys stand out as the nicest place we have been to in the States. It is even worth a second visit, we have left the bottom end of the Keys and the Everglades for next time. We checked out this morning but stayed at the hotel till lunch time having …
This morning was our first early start since leaving Melbourne. With over 3000 passengers on the cruise ship I was keen to get moving and not be stuck forever getting off. So we left at 7.00 and were in a cab to the airport by 7.30. Miami airport is huge and was sooo busy, had hoped to get onto an earlier flight but they were totally booked ( or overbooked), so by the time ...
... for a couple mile walk past all kinds of religious establishments that promised to save my sinful soul and a plethora of mini-marts that looked as worn out as me. I got howled and whistled at by a truck full of farmers which made me smile and quickened my pace to the fruit shop, my days destination. I saw fruit that looked like it had landed from another planet, and as big as a balloon. I took home with me four days fresh food for less than £8! My ...
Angela - on the descent into Port au Prince. The fun is just about to begin. Have said hello to all my colleagues who I am sure will be much more than mere acquaintances by Saturday. Ciao for now x.
Malte - got to know most of our group within the last 20 hours and it feels already like we will be a great team. I'm really excited about the first impressions we will get once we are on the ground in ...
... the coast road reasonably slowly to Venice through the heavily populated beach areas of Fort Myers. Venice was quite up-market and yuppy - there wasn't a place for a sandwich shop or take away for lunch. Oh no. Just swanky cafes and restaurants. Kind of like a cross between Rodeo Drive and Noosa. Found a Starbucks tastefully hidden, and got some fruit and panninis for lunch. Then a 100 mile drive south past all the Indian villages and visitors centres of the ...