Travel Blogs from Miami Beach
... up with mates and the goss back home. Our last day in North America on day 51 was spent on the beach all morning and then we treated ourselves to lunch on Ocean Drive as it's our last day. Drunk a bit too much alcohol however ( a gigantic frozen mango margherita with two bottles of corona in it) which then made us sleepy but we had to go home and pack up as well as learn some last minute Spanish words before we arrive in Peru tomorrow morning. Maybe we should have had ...
... if I would buy the Acoustic Wave I would get the Case, the Power Pack and the Bluetooth connecter for free and the most awesome.part is that the day before the new and limited version in silver came out. I wanted to buy it but my credit card got denied and after I call MasterCard and straitened everything out, they couldn't swipe my card again so I had to wait 24hours to do it again. They gave us an address for the Bose store at the Miami Dolphin Mall.
So we got in the car ...
... br> Our guest lecturer was Annie Bethancourt, a Cuban-American who has been in Miami since January 1959. She has been involved in politics most of her life and is one of the leaders of the League of Women Voters for the Cuban-Americans in Miami. She has even served in the US House of Representatives. Trust me, no one was nodding off during the orientation nor Annie's lecture. We are going to Cuba!
... little cold and huddled up on the beach to look at the ocean but Speck was undeterred. He headed down the beach wading in the surf up to his knees and soon was shirtless to the dismay of all the locals as getting a tan through that natural sweater might be a lost cause. After enjoying the beach it was time for a drink and a bite, in that order. Walking up Ocean Drive it was decided to try Medi. The drinks were large, Speck had a boot of beer, Caroline a sangria (soon to be ...
... in the warm sea then wandered back to the hostel. Later that evening we took a walk around town to find somewhere to eat, eventually settling on Mexican, and nearly passing out on getting a bill of 70 dollars! Still not used to the USA prices compared to the cheapness of s.america! We realised that eating out was going to be more of a luxury for the next six weeks. The next day was Independence Day, so we woke up and went straight to the pharmacy (apparently the place to ...
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