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... wedding season here, now that the humidity has dropped. A wedding is a 3 day celebration here. The Buddhist chanting, bells, gongs and drums are broadcast over a PA starting at 5:30 am for 3 days, and culminating with a big catered dinner party, karaoke, live band and dancing lasting til the wee hours. They really go all out and the bride and groom look absolutely stunning. There's been at least 7 in our neighborhood in the past month. We actually had ...
... unusual ones, you're definitely right in America! In Florida, as there is no snow and it actually is kinda weird to put up Santa and his reindeers with a sleigh, people hang their palm trees with lights and have singing flamingos with a Christmas hat on. You get all kinds of Christmas decoration for whatever place or mood! Restaurants... As we have an apartment we sometimes cook ourselves. We did turkey, hamburgers and steak but sometimes you just don't want to cook! There's ...
... closed on Mondays. Today it was open (though also mostly deserted) and we paid our $12 for the 5 of us and got changed. N took quite a bit of convincing / coercing since it was unfortunately cloudy out and not super hot out. But once we threw him in the water with his "floatie" on, he started giggling and having a grand old time. The 80 degree water felt a little chilly at first but it was perfect for swimming laps and goofing ...
been wanting to stay at Oscar shearer state park for awhile but could not get in and than a few weeks ago, someone canceled for four nites. we love this state park. they have activities like an rv park, but you are in the florida "woods" and the campsites are large and fairly private. there is a place to kayak and hike and bike ride right in this beautiful park. we are about 20mins ...
... in fact a very slow moving river, some 50 miles wide and 100 miles long, beginning at the Kissimmee river near Orlando, discharing into the vast but shallow Lake Okeechobee. In the wet season, water leaves this lake in the slow moving river mentioned above and flows southward across a limestone shelf towards Florida Bay. We were headed for Sawgrass Recreation Park, gaining it's name from the Sawgrass that inhabits the area. Effectively a long thin grass with ...