Travel Blogs from Dania
... and its inhabitants begin at a depth of about 10 feet and become progressively richer between 30 and 80 feet. With a bit of practice, the sweetest part of the reef can be accessed with just a mask, flippers and snorkel (known as free diving - which turns out to be true both in cost and in the freeing lack of clunky SCUBA equipment). One might wonder, why would you name one side of the island based on the wind direction? Doesn't the wind direction change? The downwind ...
... headed back to San Jose. Our
trip back will be a little different in that we would not be flying out of Ft.
Lauderdale, but we would be flying out of Miami. Our flight out of Miami would allow
us to fly home earlier in the day than through Ft. Lauderdale.
So I've arrived...but not in Quito. My flight from Heathrow was delayed 2 hours due to some technical fault. Maybe the 'Falange' was missing. Then there was airport traffic...so it meant I missed my connecting flight to Quito. However after my 9hour flight of watching lots of movies (The Great Gatsby, Internship, Side Effects and Bling Ring - it's exhausting) and ...
... it pelota) in Dania at the local fronton. The fronton happens to be about 2 1/2 miles from my apartment, I drive by it every week day to go to work.
The last day I left from Santo Domingo de la Calzada. The cathedral has quite an interesting story, you can find it here. I haven't decided yet where I start next year's trip, if it'll be at Santo Domingo, Burgos, or Saria (the closest location to Santiago that ...
We have drawn one conclusion, Ft. Lauderdale Airport is not on our list to use unless all other airports in Florida are closed due to heavy snow.
We spent almost 2 1/2 hours in the line for immigration while three officers sat, being very board, in ...
Other places to stay in Dania
825 E Dania Beach Boulevard, Dania | 1 star motelfrom $62
205 N Federal Hwy, Dania | 2 star motelfrom $97