Eastward Strand - Hotel & Suites
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... comes out to eat and dance in the clubs. Shops and art galleries stay open at night to take advantage of the crowds. When concerts are playing the are broadcast free into the park so that people can picnic and enjoy the music. Island cruises are popular - they tour the waterways and tell you which movie star or rock star owns which house. You can tour the Everglades by airboat or just spend a day ...
... dick!!! The journey down was pretty horrible, we had a family in front of us, 3 women all with kids but no husband, kinda weird. The young boy must of only been about 4 but was really well behaved apart from trying to punch me when i let matty out to go to the toilet. His mum wouldnt even speak to him she was to busy doing selfies, buyin likes in instagram and doing calls on loudspeaker. What a douche. As soon a the bus stops we turn 180 from where everyone else is headed ...
... had more fun writing it than you have reading it, but that's because I find my own jokes funny! But a big shoutout goes to my travel companion Lois, who didn't stay calm during my near crashes or accidents, but was there in some form of support, and managed to laugh about it later. We've loved every minute of travelling about together, and definitely have plans for more, if a little bit shorter trips, especially to South America. Until next ...
... 8221; He roared with laughter, I roared back and the embarkation process got off on the right foot.
Towing my belongings, I entered the line of happy beings thinking of the fun ahead. “Have your passport handy,” was sung out several times as I first dealt with a security person, then the next security team with their machines (who allowed my two bottles of wine to mass unmolested), next a cruise line’s person, next the actual check-in ...
... for about 25 minutes. Once to the Customs officer things went quickly (less than a minute), then it was across the street to our car and off to a long drive home.
A really long drive home. It was probably the single-worst road experience I've ever had on any leg of a road trip. Six Interstate traffic snarls plus 3 hours of heavy rain. But 10 hours of driving later we were home, and now I'm typing this before I forget everything.