Vacation Village at Weston
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... 5$) which we all declined. Once we had boarded the boat,
we did a couple of fast 1km runs in it – and then we looked at a range of bird
life and some wild alligators. Our captain (Captain Jodie) was very
entertaining and could handle the airboat with a great deal of skill. We
decided to finish off the day with a meal at Ruby Tuesday – which we all
enjoyed – even though there was far too much food for us to finish.
... Lunch was pre-prepared sarnies [pieces for those north of a border] and a healthy piece of fruit - in the sunshine. All very nice.
Second was down the west coast of Florida which rarely touched the coast and was - in fact - pretty boring, and third was probably an even more boring drive from west to east coast across Alligator Alley - NOT.
What have we done so far. Been Downtown, worked out the 'transit' system, rode the loop and been to ...
... and a bustling food market. Michael and I went for a walk and were spoilt for choice for dinner options. We settled on a neat place where Michael chose his own pasta ingredients which they then cooked up in front of us and I did the same at the salad bar with a choice of about 30 different options to add in – delicious!
After watching the sun sink down behind the buildings in front of us, we were out like a ...
Today was cruising day for myself, Diana, and her parents. We dropped Porter off at my parent's house and then took a taxi from there to the port. By 2pm we boarded our ship, the Carnival Valor. We enjoyed a buffet lunch, the first ...
... who remove their tops but they are also given to kids.
After the yacht race I met another of Gerry’s friends, whose mother was a Bourke. We had a few Red Stripes on his boat while moored at the dock, then went for a swim in the pool at the Yacht Club. Later in the afternoon Annie, Sharon and the kids arrived back at the club on their speedboat. The kids had a swim in the pool then we had a barbeque buffet at the club, which had been put on for the ...