Seafarer Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Englewood
... we had a meal booked at Phillippi Creek, for just the 16. It was a lovely meal, set just on the water, and as it was near sunset, we hit the beach to see it. It was a beautiful place for the sunset, and we stumbled across a circle, with dancing, and drums, when we realised it was the summer solstice celebration going on with all sorts of spiritual things happening. The next morning we woke up very excited for the day as we would be heading off to the Tropicana Field Stadium, to see ...
This morning we went down and had a buffet breakfast then went out and had a kayak trip at Lido Key.
We saw :
2. Cormorants (that dived under our kayak)
4. Mullet (that were jumping out of the water)
5. Mangrove tunnels (lots of low branches to ...
... awful driving and bitter cold all the way down, it has been sunny and warm most every day since we arrived.
Looking forward to more warm and sunny days and hoping to extend our stay a bit before we head to Raleigh to visit the Mullane clan.
... 8217;s stay. Later we learned that wi-fi was coming before the sewer—interesting how our priorities have changed! We ate a bite, then were off to see Mom. My sister Linda and brother Bart with his wife Jeanne and daughter Madelyn also stopped by. Sadly, we learned that my Aunt Eda (pronounced “Ada”) had passed at the age of 91.
Friday was another visit at Mom’s; I brought along a ...
... to Tuesday, we received about ten inches of much needed rain and a bit of wind, resulting in the collapse of five fence sections in our back yard. I enlisted Lauren’s help to clean up some of the mess; pool time was the reward!
Sadly, Lauren and Kirsten flew back to Missouri on Wednesday, June 27, but Grandpa and Grandmama will head north in July for another visit! ...