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... going on but we had all you can eat seafood which was delicious! When then went on to a wildlife park special for its Manatees. It's was really cool and interesting. We got to see hippo, manatees, alligators and lots of cool birds! We arrived in Clearwater and today we went to Busch Gardens which was really cool. We got on most of the rides and saw lots of the animals. We are exhausted now! But on to Orlando tomorrow for universal and Disney! Much love, Ellie and Dan ...
... would ride with one other early-flight passenger. The harried clerk, however, had to make another call to the taxi company to assure that we'd be shuttled in a van rather than a typical cab. (Didn't know how much luggage the other guy would have!) Mission accomplished.
Somehow we slept really well despite knowing we had a 3:00 a.m. wake-up call lurking ahead of us!
Tampa and if we can keep on cooling down along the way we will be happy. The heat in Tampa this year came in early and
summer hit us before we could get the beast packed up to leave. We will post our blog as time and WIFI
connection permits. We hope all our
friends and family have a great summer and feel free to email us along the way
with neat places to see or things to do.
Keep on keepin on…Trish & Bill, on the loose…
... to come adrift it must have damaged one of the water lines from his freshwater tank.
Thankfully we were only a mile from an exit and he was able to get his vehicle into a service station where we contacted Good Sam Roadside Assistance. They organised a tyre change at an establishment and the offending tyre was changed. A short drive of five or six kilometres down the road to the Goodyear Tyre Service saw ...
... this trip. Our captain, Steve, who happened to be from Bremerton, has been in charge of this program the past 2 years. Our guide, Roullex, in his 20's, moved here from Ghana 3 years ago and is saving up to go back for a visit. Both of them were very knowledgeable as we cruised through the waterways and lakes which range in depth of 2-4 feet throughout the Everglades. We learned about the 3 different types of mangroves (red, black and white), spotted ...