Las Cuevas Beach Lodge
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Lovely day with the Osbaldistons, Avalon Park, Orlando, Florida, USA Brunch with 2 other families (21) and only 1 American I the mix who had lived longer in NZ than USA! Lazy afternoon in the yard, walking and kayaking on the pond Evening dinner with Christmas ham ...
... the launch details. The Launch was in the final minute or so when it was stopped due to a ship being in the area. It appears it was cruise ship trying to get into the port(the launch pad is right near the port). The Launch window was between 705 and 944am so we waited to see next launch time. Once again it was in the final stages to the launch when wind gusts stopped the launch, again we waited. The geeks around us said they were going to ...
... road and change the tire.
The base is on a narrow strip of land sandwiched between the Banana River and the Atlantic Ocean. Our site backed up to the river – when I say backed up, we are literally feet from the water's edge.
Oddly enough the campground is very quiet in spite of the runway being not far way. That is due to the fact that there are not many aircraft positioned here – a few copters and a couple of ...
... proudly adorning my lanyard I was whisked through the VIP lane, through the metal detector, briefly questioned about handguns and explosives and directed to the tour bus line-up. My remaining challenge? My arch nemesis Kalvin. Every good story needs a villain, Kalvin is ours.
He saw me from 100 yards away, and as I approach he bristled and stood tall, preparing himself for battle. It was his Delta-este assistant who broke the ice and said "he's back". The fact ...
... huge golf course just behind the marina. First Mate used the bike every day and the Captain joined her at the pool each evening. So refreshing. We had only intended on staying three nights in Vero but the wind and weather dictated differently. No matter, it was a very pleasant stay and we met several very nice people, including a couple that traveled on their boat with five of the seven foster children they had adopted.
The winds finally died down and with ...