La Quinta Inn & Suites Miami Lakes
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... laugh when he asked what work I do and then when I replied he said ‘so that must pay well then’ hahaha, I wish!
He was clearly the type of immigration officer hat never leaves the airport so in this man's world a 10 month holiday and backpacking is something completely unheard of – especially considering the pretty low budget I had to work with. When I get back home and I’m bored I’m gonna work out how much this trip would have cost me if ...
... have never have been able to enjoy this journey without you guys, including all the new people I met and our tour guides, Edison and Byron. Also Mr. Gary and Ms. Kobes for organizing this trip. You are all awesome!
I want to thank my parents for letting me go to a foreign country for the first time without them; without that I wouldn’t have been able to go to Ecuador and the Galapagos. I would like to thank Mr. Gary and ...
... holds up to its billing. The same agent called us back to her station and was nice enough to look the other way when one of our pieces was still a tad over the 50 lb. limit and only charged us for the additional piece. We're going to have to be shipping some stuff home from Mom & Dad's.
Once we got checked in and through passport control and then through security, we headed to our gate, hoping for a restaurant to grab ...
... to walk/sit on the famous beach! The water was not very appealing to look at, but was a nice temperature. There were also lots of really brightly painted lifesaver look outs which was nice to see.
After a short time walking along the beach we headed back to the hotel to freshen up. We decided we would just have dinner at the restuarant outside the hotel, ...
... packed interlude, we point the car in the direction of south and head once again down Interstate 95 for the last 200 miles of our now 4500+ mile journey.
We drive non-stop to Fort Lauderdale (30 miles north of Miami) and exit the freeway to check the Airport luggage storage facilities. Having a car to transport you around presents no problems when shopping and accumulating items, but when one is faced with pending air travel and ...