Village at Hawks Cay Villas by Keys Caribbean
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... of what to expect ahead. This included warnings about the much heavier traffic we would encounter on this portion of the ICW due to the more populated areas we through which we would be passing. (They were so right. The traffic was nuts. Jets skis and fishing boats popping out from no where, cruisers throwing wakes with abandon). They also emphasized staying within the markers due to skinny waters. (Again, they weren't kidding. If you got just a little bit outside of the range ...
Today we headed off west to Bahia Honda State Park. This was a highlight from our last trip here and we definitely wanted to see it again. It was a bit of a hike from where we were staying but worth it. The weather was perfect for the beach. We travelled through several of the keys and finally made it to the 7 mile bridge which is just a fascinating road that connects 2 of the keys. We made it to Bahia Honda beach ...
... ride and swamp jeep safari and got to see all sorts of animals including an alligator ! It was amazing. We then drove on to Naples and arrived at the fabulous retro Naples Beach Hotel. Went to the beach cafe and were happily admiring the sunset when BANG CRASH the most almighty storm took place! We were undercover and stayed dry and had supper - just got a bit wet on way back to the room ...
... camping, but I was sad because it was New Years Eve. I remember the fireworks at New Years in Alexandria one year and in Daytona last year and Naples and Pensacola twice before that. I remember very long ago when Jessica and I were getting started and we sat in traffic on Balbo watching Chicago's New Years display over Lake Michigan. I hope there is no disappointment that we aren't surrounded by fireworks today. I liked being under the stars and the moon myself. ...
... are much warmer. We are currently at 72 degrees and during the summer time the waters run about 80-85 degrees. We figured when we got down here that we wouldn’t have to wear a wet suit, but unfortunately that wasn’t the case.
As new divers we were not prepared for unguided dives. The first company we dove with wanted a huge hunk of change to lead a dive, and we decided not to partake of the service, especially since ...