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... Hopefully use up enough mouthwash and peanut butter before we get on a plane to Malta. I can't live up to Lynn's blog standard. I don't promise pix of every meal we consume. However, I will do my best to showcase the wine!!! And David, of course. No not my husband, the marble statue in Florence!!!
Buona notte. Vicki and Dave
... was a real chore!
The other benefit of moving inland was also that the weather improved and the rain stopped, the sun even made a few appearances.
Just south of TB, FL I paid $1.50 for the privilege of crossing the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, this picture isn't mine, but the time compressed video is:
There is also an interesting article about the history of the bridge on WikiPedia: ...
Woke up Friday morning to cloud. With the air con on it felt like a cold grey day in the UK. However when I stepped outside at 6am it was still 30 degrees!! Within an hour the cloud had gone and the sun came up, to amazing views of the keys from our bedroom balcony. This was one of the days we had all been looking forward to the most. At 10am we were booked in to have a swim with Dolphins! The jet lag gave us all a really good sleep so we were up late. Running round ...
The drive to our 1pm tour was pretty uneventful other than stopping what seemed like every couple of miles to pay yet another Florida highway toll (Florida is by far the champion state when it comes to tolls). As we approached Everglades City we started to see signs warning us about "Panther Crossings" which was a little worrying. We later found out that Floridians call Mountain Lions, Panthers. So no need to worry about getting attacked by a massive black cat if your ...
... England and US) with an incident that has strained a great friendship.
Recently North Korea was stopped in the Panama Canal with missiles on board. So we see that they get over to this part of the world ( I live in Florida) with explosive weapons, the kind that could have been used on the Deepwater Horizon.
While this argument would be wildly unpopular here, I wonder if BP has thought much about this?