High Noon Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... around the decrepid town and it rained. 'Nough said!
4th April was Dominca where we had beer aned wifi. Marks out of 10? -100! None of us had enough money to take a tour. The ATM on ship wanted to charge $6 so I said "No way Josie" and went ashore with $21 dollars, barely enough for a decent drink. Anyway Jill and I managed to beat a guide down to $15 for a ride up the mountain to the waterfall. The road was narrow and steep with a sheer drop ...
... around the outskirts of the Everglades national park are businesses using wildlife such as alligators, snakes, birds and spiders for entertainment. Like at Sea World, there's often a nod towards education or research but its a token gesture (except at the wonderful sea turtle hospital). We should be proud that Kiwi tourism is built on a genuine appreciation and reverence of our natural environment rather than our ability to tame and dominate ...
We woke up and had some breakfast while watching TV. We were both pretty excited to get e day started. We left our hotel room and checked out around 12:00pm. The concierge got us a cab that took us straight to The Port of Miami. Our cab driver must have been the dispatch as well as he was constantly taking phone calls and sending others towards hotels and areas for pick ups. He also had one good music playing which was good too. They were talking about our cruise on the ...
... dude. Great laugh. Also Saskia, another great laugh, from Newcastle. Actually released a country album, self named. Luckily gets our banter. She's on a trip travelling too. So we head off to the beach. Kaleb all kitted out to go to the beach to catch lobster. He strips off on the beach looking ridiculous in a pair of speedos, a mask, a pair of gloves and a stick for helping catch these lobsters. Needless to say, he didn't catch a lobster, he did however catch 2 pairs of sunglasses. ...
... blog. Sorry it it's a bit disjointed and for any grammar or spelling mistakes. The jet lag is making me quite slow in the mind and I am fighting sleep quite hard at the moment with the objective of setting my circadian rhythm to USA time. (Essentially reversing my aus rhythm)
I will update next time with shorter, more succinct posts/pictures/experiences that actually make sense, along with personal thoughts and our progress through this exciting venture.