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... I met up with another girl that was also traveling with me. I didn't know her at all, but she seemed quite nice. We talked once on the phone before we left, but other than that, all I knew about her was that she was two years younger than me and was in second year. It was her first time flying ever, so obviously we were going to make a great pair.
Remember how I said, what's the worst that could happen? Well let me tell you, it would be later in the day, but the morning did ...
... as it had been placed in an area where the forlifts were still working bringing in luggage. When I saw that they had stopped, I grabbed a porter and off we went. I gave him a tip for helping me and said we’d take it the rest of the way – later I saw him with a trolley loaded up with half a dozen cases and bags. We finally made it out of customs at 8.50am to see Jean and then walked to where Dean was picking us up.
Into the car and out of ...
... I'm sure you feel bad" but as we approached the gate we saw Mary Kathryn, Kyle and their daughter Jenny (from the cruise) so yes I had to tell them the story and make him feel guilty just a little bit more!! We chatted to them until our flight was called and also Lou and Nancy ( that we'd done the Barbados tour with ) were there catching the same flight so we chatted to them as well for awhile.
Our plane was on time leaving Fort Lauderdale... next stop St ...
... out all blue light which made the shape of the manatees stand out a lot more in the water. Occassionally they would come up for air and this was when we were able to see their faces but otherwise the point of the tour was spot the dark blob in the water. It was all very exciting! We also saw our first Alligators and even an Osprey as it dove and caught a fish. After our Everglades nature adventures Josh drove us back to the urban area of Miami.
... as we came in to land.
We spent most of our two days in Miami recovering from the nearly 22 hours of flying in the past few days and although we were certainly tired, we had no jet-lag. However, we did get time to visit the Miami Seaquarium and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. We will probably spend more time in Miami on our way back from the Florida Keys.