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... did manage to get to the Southern most post of the US, the point that is only 90miles to Cuba - ha ha ha now we’ve literally on both sides of that fence.
D: Orlando - Florida
After nearly a full days travelling we arrived in Orlando, found a sweet hotel and checked in. Let me tell you here, for those that haven't travelled or travelled much in the states, if you're in search of accommodation make sure that you get your hands on coupons cause they ...
... say "Starbucks!" Obviously there are more Starbucks readily available than libraries so we walk there. Jeff made some phones calls while I uploaded text and photos for this blog then I made a few phone calls and we both checked email. After 3 hours and WAY too many cups of coffee, we packed up and went to the grocery store.
Let's see we definitely don't need any food! But I did buy a Reese's peanut butter cup (feeling virtuous for turning down ...
... from office workers to students and hippies to farmers. Other nationalities often refrain from tabu subjects but thankfully for us, no question was left unanswered. Politics isn't something we talk much about in Australia and often Australian parties don't have completely contrasting views. That is why we found chatting to the everyday American so interesting. A question that we have been frequently asked was our thoughts on America, Obama and the war. It's a ...
We woke to beautiful sunny skies. By 7:30 we were taking our 3.5 mile walk along the ocean. It was a bit on the humid side and warm. (Sorry, folks, to those of you in MA getting dumped with all that snow). Along the walk, there were many joggers, walkers and some boot camp group. We saw a lady feeding the gulls. The gulls were hovering waiting for a piece of bread.
Breakfast was in the hotel ...
... classify as networking. We left Tap42 and headed to Off the Hookah, a bit more of a club atmosphere. We walked up to two LIVE camels out front, and proceeded to take pictures with them as if it was completely normal; we weren't even phased by this, nor did any of us comprehend that this was occurring on a Wednesday. I spent the next day at the beach with a new friend, Andrea from Vermont, and ...