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Mounting our 50cc chariot for a cruise back into South Beach promenade and lunch at a local cafe. By now, I should have seen it coming... Ordering a couple of "Half Pound" burgers, we were surprised to see the scrawniest burgers you could imagine presented in front of us... Fed up with the ****, I challenged the waiter to explain the "half pound" bit on the menu... Immediately descending into a "me no understand much Engrish" ...
Started the morning with breakfast at the buffet. We did the Hop On Hop Off bus tour of Miami. It was a double decker open top bus. We did part of the tour outside and part inside. We toured downtown, Coconut Creek, a Coral Gables and Little Havana. The tour ended at Bayside Marketplace. Went to Hard Rock for pins then as it was closed Thanksgiving but we didn't know the tour went there until today. Had pizza for lunch in the food court. Left ...
... was a pretty place and clearly home to some well off locals. Next we passed through an area which was the original home of Bahamian immigrants, the first black settlers in Miami. Immediately next to Coconut Grove it presented a wildly different view of Miami with small, timber cottages and little in the way of gardens or street scraping. The original confederate segregation created these black neighbourhoods and the social and religious ...
... because I had to keep doing what the machine told me, which was to hold my breath, while a 'warm flush' went through my body - I felt like I was suffocating! It definitely took a few minutes, not a few seconds. After this, all I had to do was wait to see what the results were. Luckily, they came back saying I had no blood clot or collapsed lung or anything, which was such a relief. My diagnosis was 'heart pounding', which really doesn't help much! I guess this ...
... exception of Epcot where they had all the foods of the world. We went Moroccan and were excited for some lamb and couscous - just like home (it's true Andrew and Mel. I had lamb and couscous at Disney World). The end result of 5 weeks in the US and, more to the point, 3 nights at Disney is that I have extreme burger fatigue. A previously unimaginable but nonetheless debilitating affliction. Just the smell walking past a diner (or even a ...