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Travel Blogs from Wilton Manors
... down towards Simpson Bay Lagoon, the large lagoon on the western side of the island, separated from Marigot Bay by a long, thin strip of land.
We get out at the Marigot minibus terminal and walk into the central area of the town past well preserved colonial buildings. Keep walking till we can see the fort and the harbour, then back through the market area and into the old section of the town for some local colour and colonial buildings. We’re ...
... speak Spanish
it shouldn’t mean that us Brits are held back. Our economy is better than theirs – so there!
So we eventually crawled our way through immigration only to find our luggage had been piled up off the belt and with more arriving t the same time – utter bloody chaos! Miami airport is dire. The belt stopped and a porter had to climb down the tunnel and shift someone’s case blocking the entrance.
... as well.
Had dinner at a place called 5 Napkin Burger. I ordered the bacon and cheddar burger that was so massive I had to eat it with a knife and fork as it was too big to fit into my mouth! Caught a cab back to the hotel, had the lady at reception cut up my shallots, then retired to my room for post dinner cheese and wine while we watched the Sandra Bullock movie Blindside on the big screen TV. Excellent end to my last night in Miami and great to catch up with Jamie again.
... they were invaded in the 15th century by Carib Indians from South America, who invaded every small island in view (thus, this entire area became the Caribbean.)
Half Moon Cay is owned of course by Holland America and we spent the day on the sunny beaches snorkeling in the beautiful blue water. The temperature was a wonderful 85 degrees and the fish were awesome. We were taken out on a boat several miles from shore ...
... for the next 6 days. Awesome. As we got lost we headed out the back of the hotel which takes you to what is called the "Intercoastal water way" and found this amazing restaurant right on the waters edge. They call this area the Venice of America as the water ways run for Hundreds of miles, up as far as Texas in one direction and upto Maine passed New York in the other direction. These water ways are littered with restaurants all along ...
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