The Garden South Park Inn
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... desk clerk just came and told us our room is almost ready. The housekeeper just has to "Hoover" it and we will be good to go. We are all tired but determined to stay awake as we have a full afternoon guided tour and tickets to Shakespeare in the park at Dublin this afternoon to see "A Midsummer's Night Dream" which we are looking forward to seeing. We've only been here for a few hours but are truly enjoying the sights and sounds of Ireland thus ...
... make it to Halifax where we were meeting Greg, our CS (coach surfing) host.
Unfortunately there was a time change and we were and hour late meeting Greg and arrived around 8:30. He took us on a walk around the city so we could stretch out legs and we headed back to his apartment. It was the first night in 3 days we slept flat and it was a relieving sensation to stretch ...
... the boat for the
summer and plan our route up the eastern seaboard to Nova Scotia where we would
meet the owners for the first time since leaving Florida. After last minute
mechanical details, provisioning and stowing and an impromptu Mother’s Day
cruise with the entire family onboard, we were rushed out to sea to get our
summer trip started. We departed Miami in 4-5 foot seas and were underway for
36 hours straight, arriving a day and a ...
... Guatemala. We will travel to Guatemala from Belize City (after an overnighter there) by bus to Punta Gorda, then a boat ride to Livingston, Guatemala and then another boat ride down the Rio Dulce to a town called Fronteras, staying at the Backpackers Hotel (a wonderful place, with good food and a great staff. A few days to spend with the children and to see some of the sights on the Rio Dulce. So until next time, Adios!!
... rocky outcrops. Nope...no seals. Just our luck. Nevermind we thought...we had been lucky to see harbour seals already this trip. So instead of getting too down at the lack of seals at our seal lookout we spent the next 10 or so minutes just enjoying the magnificient view (wandering why a seal wouldnt want to be hanging out here when the real estate is this good). The sun kissed the surface of the water and the still water calmly lapped the brown sandy shore. It was one of those ...