The Betsy - South Beach
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... to. Australian pubs are pretty good too. Even Aussie pubs in Greece are pretty awesome too – ask my friends the Makis or the Laura. American pubs, or ‘sports bars’ are creepy. One guy, who must have been 65, retrieved his head out of his pot and told Julie that he was ‘glad he was alive when he saw her face.’ I was right there. Another guy asked Julie home with his wife and him for not just coffee and biscuits, if you know what ...
Checking out of the Marriott was quick and easy. A cab was ready for us by the time we got outside. The port is within minutes of the hotel.
Once our luggage was taken from us, we entered a large building and we felt like sheep being herded into a corral. This had to be one of the most awkward ways to keep people inline. We were given color coded cards and when your color was called then you proceeded to check in. ...
Another sunny morning on day 50 so back to the beach for a couple of hours. In the afternoon we had the not so fun task of doing some washing at the local launderette. Its weird how clean clothes have become such a treat - saddos. The thunder and lightning started as we were leaving the launderette so we rushed back to the flat just in time before the heavens opened for the daily afternoon showers. Got to Skype with Hemmings and the Williams's this evening - really nice ...
... 30 degrees.. I really cannot complain. We didn't go to the beach today though, we went with some friends to make a complaint about a trip they went on, which led to them getting an hour free of segways! This was very funny, especially when me and Izzy had a go and realised we are not meant for these machines!
This week has consisted of a lot of sun bathing, eating, and more sun bathing.. really not too exciting - I swear we aren't that lazy usually.. ...
... city. I decided to get off the bus at Little Havana which is a suburb very popular amongst Cubans who have made the USA their home. It was cool in that the street signs were all in Spanish and there were Cuban eateries and cigar shops/factories all along the main road for about half a mile. I ordered a Cuban sandwich for lunch. It consisted of ham, chorizo sausage, cheese, tomatoes, some type of sauce and some other stuff. Bloody nice. I ...