Sole on the Ocean
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- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... Tiff boarded her first of many flights for the day. I boarded my flight an hour later, bound for sunny Miami. After a crazy couple of weeks I am now enjoying some quiet time (again by the beach) before I head off to begin the European leg of my ...
Today we were meant to fly to Miami and then catch an overnight flight to London. The flight connection was 1 hr 50 minutes and it didn't help that the plane took off late because a passenger was complaining that his seat was wet.
Once at Miami we had to wait until a Gate became free. With about 45 minutes to go before our flight left, we knew things would be tight but...
Unlike other countries where one ...
... hotel and walked to the beach. It was just how you would imagine, umbrellas and lounge chairs everywhere assigned to each individual hotel on Miami Beach. As it was only mid morning the beach wasn't too busy so we went for a walk along the shoreline and felt the water, it was a little chilly. After some holiday snaps and a bit of time in the sun to lap up some warmth we headed towards the shopping part to find some lunch. On our way ...
Up and hit the road again to get to Miami, make it and decide it's time to let our camper go. Andrea Borchelli, time to say goodbye played on the iPod. Having the van has been superb, had a great time in it, it's just a little bit restricting. We haven't really had much opportunity to drink as we always have the van. It's like having a small child that always needs tended to. Turns out we drove over 5000 miles, ...
... to infections and septicaemia, cause blindness or prevent them from eating properly. The aim is to treat and release each individual back in to the wild as quickly as is sensibly possible as the less time they spend in captivity the better, but some patients are so unwell that they cannot ever be re-released. Some turtles whose shells are badly damaged by boat collisions end up growing a deformed shell due to scar tissue. In some cases the shell deformity can affect their buoyancy and ...