Blind Pass Resort
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... sections of the park as well as a number of Christmas inspired shows being on. We both agreed going on the rides at night was awesome and even if I was screaming for most of it (Wade would say I was also using some not so lady like language) it was definitely a fabulous experience. We managed to get on most of the main roller coasters and rides the first night including Cheetah Hunt(the longest in the park), Montu(with seven inversions), Scorpion(a lot like ...
... not afraid but this trooper braved an entrance to the house, which made him sneakier than the rest. I went in the bedroom with Jessica so I wouldn’t be alone with the lizard in the other room. She begged me to catch him but sadly my lizard catching days were over. I sat at the edge of the bed and crossed my legs to better hold my bladder, in fear walking past the kitchen to the bathroom he may launch his rugged body in my hair, or even ...
... to a recreational vehicle because in order to get anywhere, we had to use the dinghy. Thus it was imperative that the Captain made sure the dinghy was in tip, top shape. Lucky for us, the motor and battery behaved themselves in St. Pete and we had no real mechanical issues. Unlucky for us, the birds loved to sit and contemplate their surroundings on our dinghy every day. They were huge birds and left us huge presents that the Captain had to wash off each day. One morning, not ...
Everything is so different here in Florida. It's hard to describe what exactly has changed and what to attribute it too. The weather has not dipped below 30C, the attitude is so laid back I wonder how anything gets done, and the environment has palm trees and Spanish moss draping itself all over the deciduous trees. I'm in the city but there are not that many people and everyone seems to be sitting down if I do spot anyone! I'm in the most amazing hostel called 'Grams ...