Coral Lagoon Resort & Marina
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... so many trailers, mobile homes, shacks and burnt out, soulless people and junkies in one setting. Some folks call the locals quaint but I call them scary and depressing. And I am no stranger to scary, depressed people due to my occupation. Adding to the mix are the tourists who are everywhere. It is very, very crowded in Marathon. Some of the tourists appear to have stayed on permanently in what they apparently hoped would be paradise only to barely eke out a substandard ...
... The first few days were spent enjoying the lovely beach of Sandspur. Lucky me, I got there early enough to find my shady spot. It was very easy to kill time doing nothing but staring out at the sea, catching up with friends online, reading, taking photos, observing the lizards say "hi" and nose around my pack and chatting with the locals. When hunger called, there were a few small cafes to eat at - one where ...
... car. We put the top down and drove all the way down to the tip of Islamorada.
At 6 o'clock we where back in Miami and checked in the famous Betsy hotel in Miami Beach Ocean Drive 1440. We went up to the room took a long shower and at around 9 we went down to have dinner. I tell you this dinner was much better then McDonalds Wraps or Chinese food what we usually eat.
... made noodles. The whole while Andrew drew me pictures on his "laughtop" and discussed the constellations, all of which are brighter here than anywhere near Chicago. Dinner was served and was great, in my opinion. Andrew then got to work watching his third Redbox movie in a row, a rerun for him, but no matter. Ana continued to demand food. She must've grown an inch today. Jessica went in the tent early while I stayed outside by the fire. This is usually how nights ...
... and that was only for a few minutes. Now we were out in the water for several hours (although the tides around here are only a few feet and the difference between high and low may only be a foot). We were told to make sure we went out on an incoming tide and that way we would be carried back on the outgoing tide. I don’t know that it made a whole lot of difference, in that we followed the coast and couldn’t get very close to ...
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