Conch Key Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... very, very windy so we took some palm trees swaying in the "breeze". The sea grass got all piled up on the sea wall also...could not walk ...
... which were closed up - obviously the multi rich enjoy a holiday home in Naples. We had planned to continue north on Sunday but decided to stay another night and give the car a run without the caravan on so we visited Everglade City and Chokoloslee Island which had been our planned stop for the week-end. The car ran well and we explored another area and had a lovely lunch with the locals in one of the seafood cafes so all was good for continuing on. Naples is locally ...
So we got in late and got up early today! We wanted to be on the road by 7 as the cuckoos and vireos will not wait for lazy folk. We packed up and left the barrio headed for Matheson Hammock. The goal was to find Mangrove Cuckoo and Black-whiskered Vireo. We stopped in the hotel lobby for breakfast. Not sure what the heck was going on - but the hotel decor was British so Simon and Philip were acting like giddy school boys - Philip ate ...
... to protect egrets and other birds from extinction by plume hunters.
Guy Bradley was hired by the American Ornithologists' Union, at the request of the Florida Audubon Society, to become one of the country's first game wardens. Tasked with protecting the area's wading birds from hunters such as the ones he once guided, he patrolled the area stretching from Florida's west coast, through the Everglades, to Key West, single-handedly enforcing the ban on bird hunting. ...
... crew and wrecked cars. Very sobering. The traffic got going again, just as Homer started going on about toll roads and got us confused. I started following my nose and trying to read the signs. Convinced we were heading west rather than south, Rach and I then realised that due to the road works Homer couldn't recognise which road we were on, Doh! As quick as we got lost, we saw a sign for the Keys and Homer started talking sense again. We were back on ...