Carriage House Resort Motel
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... I mean a 'real' one) -- maybe I can have my "wander-life and a room to eat in too"?
And would I do a long cruise again? ...maybe not 4 months - but 1-2 months to the places I haven't been (and the bank allows) ...sounds good to me!!And I have lots of 'cruise-wear'...shame to waste them!!And HAL has been top-notch!!!...the crew - starting with Captain Jonathan Mercer and thereon..I felt well looked after - and everybody seemed happy. This cruise has a ...
... was required and we were the last to board the plane so it was all good and that glass of wine tasted oh so sweet after that!
We had our new dingy installed today and our wonderful captain here in Ft Lauderdale, who has been watching El Nido had the boat all ready to go and air conditioned.
Trying to stay awake to minimize the jet lag, I'll unpack tomorrow.
... who gave them a new world America. It was a lovely area along the river front, looking over to the ports. We walked along the river walk until it came up thru Miamarina and Bayside Marketplace. It was a plush area with seating and restaurants around the marina boardwalk. There were boutiques along the market square with individual stalls in the square. A musician was playing to a small crowd, in a little outside seated arena. Then there was a Bubba & Gump shrimp ...
... breakfast, and headed straight to lunch. Headed off to see the Paul McCartney concert after lunch. I think most of the retirement home didn't know who he was. Afterward we got to enjoy the Asians trying to ballroom dance. Good Lord! Worse than the line dancing. After a few hours back in the cabin we headed back up to dinner. ...
... to the refuge and drove into its jungle. As usual for this time of year, there were no manatees at the Haulover Canal bridge. There were plenty of people there looking for them, but it's too cold right now for the sensitive little guys. They're all hanging out at power plants right now. We found the narrow gravely Biolab Road and drove down along the lagoons. It washere where ospreys were tearing up fish and gators were looking for the first sunlight of the previously rainy ...