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... we find a geocache cleverly hidden near our neighboring zoo entrance. I don't think I would have found it but Sue, being the sleuth she is, finally figured it out. She looked for this cache when she was here several years ago but didn't find it at that time. After returning to the park, I put some time in at the pool. I probably stayed a little too long as I can feel "pink" on my back.
We leave for the ...
... to enjoy life because these moments don't come around twice. And in the end I had so many people complimenting on how I looked. After swimming we went out to dinner at a German restaurant. It was a cool atmosphere but I was just so tired after only having 3 hours sleep. So I was thankful when I got to bed by 10:30pm. I fell in love with Panama City Beach and I'm sad to leave ...
The next morning, we had to leave early as we had a good 5 hours drive to get us to Tampa and we wanted to stop at a little place called Wakulla Springs, a spot one of the people we met on the pier the night before had recommended. Cool water flows from the majestic spring to create the Wakulla River, one of the last pristine rivers in Florida and home a very special creature know as a Manatee (a mixture between a sea lion and ...
I got my glasses fixed as they got broken on the plane and moved from the gigantic mall to the Canal.
Was mildly disappointing as not only was it $10 to get in but it was a little boring as it was just some viewing points and a museum! We gave it the benefit of the doubt and actually enjoyed the museum a bit because it was so big! There was even an aquarium there.
Before we left we even had ...
... El Salvador, and then Guatemala. The flight was turbulent towards the end and the landing sequence was about an hour long as the pilot did his best to swerve round thunderstorms. Our view of the storms out of the window was superb. Kori thought the plane's wing might have taken a lightning strike at one point. Apparently, this is a fairly routine occurrence. After landing, we borrowed a pen from our neighbour, Jorge, to fill in the immigration forms. Although we picked up our ...