Village at Hawks Cay Villas by Keys Caribbean
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... we were going to see one of our babies!) and then located a restaurant. Later that night, the Captain and First Mate ate a fine meal in a fine city after a fine cruise and then slept in their mighty fine seaworthy Calliope. It was a lovely way to end the day.
I must say, the marina in Naples was wonderful. It had a great view of the channel with its lovely waterfront homes and was in easy walking distance of the historic downtown area. Restaurants were everywhere as well ...
... 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 ...
... Florida Keys cap. Really, it looks great on her. YMMV.
It's much cooler today, so I didn't spend much time out in the anti-gravity chair. It only got to the upper sixties. Yeah, I know...no more whining.
Thanks again for your visits, comments and checking out the pictures at www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboyo. The photo uploader is not working here for this site...
... guess where she was from....Coventry! We then went to the hyperbaric chamber. This alters the pressure of the air and the O2% that the patent receives. This can be used on divers (a lot in the keys area) who have emboli and the Benz etc. But it can also be used in wound care. I'd never heard of it before, but the research shows that increasing the body's oxygen in this way, greatly improves wound healing. It's used a lot ...
... congregate during the winter to mate and raise their young, and then once the young are able to fly they migrate away from the nesting area to live by themselves for the rest of the year. We were able to show her some manatees, and we also had the good fortune to see a shark fin. We've been told that there are sharks out in the Bay, but until we saw the fin, I really wasn't believing it. Since most of the birds were gone we headed on down ...