La Siesta Resort & Marina
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After a lazy morning at the Condo we went over the 7 Mile bridge to Bahai Honda State Park. More beautiful warm shallow water.There are 3 beaches . The first one we went to was behind the Butterfly garden, not a lot of beach, but the sand was soft and white. There was quite a bit of seagrass washed up on the shore.I went for ...
... me into
the tent at dusk BUT they did not disappear until the next morning –
it stayed warm and still all night which meant I could only stargaze
for short intervals while donating blood.
Had an easy paddle the next day winding
back through the well-marked mangrove trail – it is always a bit of
a let-down when one finishes a trip. But hopefully more adventures
... a flat wide beak which they utilize to scrape the bottom of the ponds for small shrimp which they devour. To actually get a photo of a spoonbill not moving is super, and we were down here long enough that we had the opportunity to do just that.
When we first came to the Everglades I actually expected to see small birds, but the mass majority of birds you see around here are the Spoonbills, Woodstorks, Ospreys, Blackneck Slates, Ibis ...
... 8211; Kingsail Resort – 190 Miles
Today we decided not to return north so set off firstly to Fort Lauderdale and this time I stayed off the coast road and kept to the main highway to get us there quicker. Fort Lauderdale was full of big yachts and boats all looking very impressive. At one stage we had to wait for a particularly big yacht pass under the drawbridge, which was up of course. In fact during our travels down here we must ...
... 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 ...