Conch Key Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... I popped on my goggles and snorkel and looked like a pleb and then put on my flippers and then walked like a pleb too. He asked if I wanted to jump in standing up or sitting down (hmmm let me decide about that one) let me sit down!!!! I had the Go Pro camera stuck on my head too ready for some underwater entertainment. As soon as I jumped in it was incredible, I have done it in Mexico but the reef wasn't quite as good as this. Luckily no Barracuda Shark this time!! So ...
... a slow bird day and we needed a lift. Well we finally got a break. After close to an hour walking the trail. Finally we heard a calling male pretty far from the trail. Ultimately we were able to get deeply satisfying looks at a beautiful BLACK-WHISKERED VIREO (specialty #3) With renewed energy and greed in our blood - we decided to look for KeyWest Quail-dove despite it not being seen for three weeks. When we got to Long Key State Park ...
... will not submerge the north part of the park in my lifetime.
- East Cape Sable 2015 01 2&3:
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... this could have gone wrong, but luckily our server soon sorted it. The food tonight was a well deserved 5/5 Hobos.
Fully fattened after our seafood and desserts we headed back to the Coconut Palm Inn. A final beer on the beach, with yet another storm rolling about. Tomorrow is a massive drive back to Orlando, with the Kennedy Space Centre on the way. We'll also be stopping at Cocoa Beach for dinner at Pelicans, so I can see whether the burger there truly is the best I've ever ...
... ICW. The last time we had traveled the Gulf was during the Great Crossing and it was during the night. We would be traveling during daylight and able to see every wave, which was both good and bad depending on the size of the wave. Knowing how anxious we were about our solo journey, as always, the Good Captains helped us gain confidence by reviewing navigation skills, rope tossing and providing waypoints to guide us. They warned us to watch out for crab pots. Last but not least, ...