La Siesta Resort & Marina
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... 3.5 hours and was probably the highlight of the trip so far (depending on which one of us you talk to, because there were crabs that climbed trees and spiders the size of your hand!). Once you get into the heart of the grove it is so quiet and almost erie through the enclosed sections. We had decided to take a double kayak and were informed beforehand by the store owner that the doubles were known as the divorce kayaks! Needless to say after about an hour ...
- When everything looks the same,
one should always use your GPS to mark key spots (or leave it turned
on so you have a complete path).
- Old-timers described this canoe
route as: “Hell to get into, Hell to get out of.”
- Hell's Bay Launch:
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl= en&geocode=&q=25.23253,-80.8231 ...
... West for a day and did the tourist things, but we also took a sunset cruise on a sailing ship. This was Russ and my first time on a tall sailing ship and it was awesome and the sun cooperated and gave us some amazing sunset photos. We have been very fortunate here in Florida to see some of the most amazing sunrises and sunsets. The next day we cruised on back up through the keys, stopping at Bahia Honda State Park to do some sunbathing ...
... old country". Snorkeling many
times a day.
We spent two months sailing in Greece from Lefkada in the Ionian Sea to
Rhodes in the Dodacanese. While in Greece, we ate too many gyros, hit
most of the Tavernas, and an unmarked reef.
We sailed to Turkey and did some stand up paddling around the castle in
Bodrum, ate great seafood, and bought fresh bread and pastries from a
young boy who sells from ...
... to Canada for two to three weeks (visiting family and friends, taxes, voting, doctor, dentist and a bit of bridge) before leaving to explore Washington, British Columbia, The Yukon and Alaska.
- Birds are much more timid in the back-country.
- All daytime highs were between 85-90F, with night time lows around 65F.
- Big fish come close and are curious about kayaks.
- Next trip I'm taking ...