South Pacific Motel
Travel Blogs from Miami
... maritime, décidément un travail que j'adorerais faire. Les soirs dans les documents d'époque et les jours a faire de la plongée dans les caraïbes. Est-ce que je peux vous laisser mon CV ?
J'avais décidément besoin de Miami pour compléter mon voyage sur une note exotique. Un environnement différent, des langues et des cultures différentes. De l'urbain et de la campagne. Rien a voir avec la ville nord-américaine traditionnelle et une portion du voyage différente de ce que j'ai ...
... was dropped off first and I was happy to find that my house is only a 5 minute walk from hers. I got to go to church with my mama tica, the church was beautiful! We then went to her moms house for some coffee and dessert. I met the whole family and no one spoke English. But luckily my host sister showed up and she speaks English and was able to help me out when I needed it. I have a very nice host family and cannot wait to start exploring this beautiful ...
... at 9am and checked out, chilled out and did some last minute shopping.
The funny part of this day was, I went through customs at the airport, I asked the lady if there is any more shops, she said go straight down there so I did, came to the end and went through these doors which lead back to the checking in area, I was there an hour ago so had to go through customs again, I had a laugh with the guy from customs about this, he said this time stay in ...
We got up this morning, had some breakfast, and then had time to blog before leaving for the cruise ship. We took a taxi, which was only $30 from our hotel near the airport. Interestingly, our hotel was right across the street from Burger King's corporate headquarters.
The taxi ride was actually pretty fun. It was great just seeing the sunshine, blue skies, and all the palm trees everywhere. Then we had some great views of downtown Miami. We went by a new ...
... screwing with them. Had
some really fun barbacues at the hostal with everyone. One night it was
almost all Swiss and me. Then the french kinda tried to take over.
Stupid french. I ate some freedom fries. CHristmas eve is the big day,
so thats when we celebrated. We had about 15 of us. We put together a
couple lounge chairs as a giant table, then covered it in everything,
wine, beer, chips, breads, meats, and all sorts of classy french ****.