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... car, which Iis quite expensive considering a day pass to get in both Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios is 144 USD inc tax. We were just going to do the one park but it was only an extra 30 dollars to include both parks and the ticket office recommend this as outdoor rides would shut down if there was thunder and lighting in the area. We paid for the tickets and headed straight into Islands of Adventure and to the New Harry Potter area, we went straight for the ...
... atmosphere. We caught a cab to Lincoln Road where we wandered through the outdoor shopping mall. We both got a few bits and pieces but our main priority here was lunch. Japanese was on the menu today and my God was scrumptious! We had beef tataki, salmon, spicy tuna sushi, chicken and lettuce wraps and yellow fin. After lunch we decided to sip on cocktails by our hotel pool and relax. We also booked a private car to pick us ...
We had an amazing catch up with friends and family on Skype today! It's so nice to be able to see people, don't know how people traveled back in the old days without technology! We also walked along the beach and found an Irish restaurant for dinner that looked nice (and cheap!) and they had happy hour (don't think anywhere in Miami doesn't have happy hour!) so we ordered food and drinks! It was really good but then the bill came ...
... around Biscane Bay, which is the bay between Miami Downtown and Miami Beach. It was so much fun, we went really fast on some waves. We went past the port of Miami, as well as an island that is so exclusive that people need an invite to be able to access the island, our boat tour guide said that some people like Oprah and Julia Roberts live there. We also went past a lot of mansions, as well as Ricky Martin's house and the guy ...
... on Monday but Glenn was a little concerned, not with the 500 kilometres, but with the last 10 or so in Panama City. The city is installing its first underground train line and this has led to major road works and road closures, so it was decided that we would travel on Sunday.
Have we mentioned that there are very few road signs in Panama, well I suppose we may have!!! Well not only are there no direction ...