Desert Inn and Restaurant
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If I had to choose a career all over again then 'travel journalism' would have been close to, if not the top of the list. But life throws curve balls and growing up in a 3rd world country that concept was not on the radar of any well-meaning school guidance counselor or hard-working parent!
But the travel bug bit early and bit deeply. Subconsciously a career spanning 30 years included lots of travel. My partner-in-crime and wife shares the passion to ...
... had cleared up by lunch and it was a sunny day in Lamar, so they took to a bit of driving around/sight seeing. Dad said there was so much water everywhere and all the paddocks were completely water-logged. They later headed back into Florence to go out to the airport, stopping via mum's new favourite shop - not just the regular Walmart but the Walmart Supercenters! They got a phone call from the airline (US Airways) saying the plane ...
... ourselves, and also give Glestelle and Tom the
opportunity to visit the second half of the space equation, having visited the
Johnson Space Centre in Houston earlier.
I am in awe
of all those people, all of their talent and especially all of their commitment
for what they do. It brings into
reality just how delicate our planet is, how in the universe that we exist in
is only an ...
... relaxed while Chris went and chilled on the beach for a little while. We were stopped right next to an Air Force Base so we kept seeing military planes and helicopters flying over the beach and then at sunset the base played the star spangled banner over their intercom system for everyone to hear. It was getting late and it had been a very long day so we drove to Palm Bay and parked in a Wal-Mart. It was still very hot outside and our van was like an ...
... of beach dune, coastal strand, maritime hammock and estuarine tidal swamp. These areas provide numerous opportunities for land-based recreation including camping, hiking, biking, picnicking, bird watching and interpretive programs. You can see from the pictures included many of the above activities.
The beach dunes, coastal hammock community and the mangrove shoreline along the ...