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Travel Blogs from Fort Myers Beach
Another early start. Looking forward to my next bloody sleep-in to be honest.
Checked out of my Orlando accommodation and started my day of public transport. As long as I could make my train which was scheduled to depart at 10.30am then all should be good. The problem was, I needed two bus trips in the meantime to get there.
... and his work with Edison. Very interesting museum.
Saturday 8 March was a free day. Some of us had a $5 breakfast in the RV club house. Then many of the group drove over to Sanibel Island to go shelling or just walk on the beach. It was a beautiful sunny day and not too hot. Ray and I stopped at the Lighthouse Beach and walked up to the Sanibel Lighthouse and did some shelling along the ...
... playground !
Now that we have seen all the beaches on Manasota Key, thanks to Linda, we had the chance to explore Palm Island a bit.
A six minute car ferry across the Intracoastal Waterway separates Palm Island from Florida’s mainland. This distance can be measured by yards, but it feels as if you travel a greater distance towards a relaxed state of mind! The beach (at 11 a.m. on a beautiful day) ...
... a free bicycle loaner programme so you can pedal your way through the town.
We have already described Englewood (which is our home base)...it includes Englewood, Placida and Cape Haze.
We have loved Manasota Key.
Heading south there is Palm Island (aka Knight Island) along with Don Pedro Island, Little Gasparilla Island and then Boca Grande.
Boca is well known ...
... can talk and excrete fluids.”
Millions of different animal species here and we are the only ones who make non-living replicas of ourselves. What could we infer about other world’s cultures if we knew they created “dolls?”
Animal varieties I consistently see in many of my travels: Butterflies, lizards and squirrels. These particular animals seem to ...