Banana Bay Waterfront Motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wedding season here, now that the humidity has dropped. A wedding is a 3 day celebration here. The Buddhist chanting, bells, gongs and drums are broadcast over a PA starting at 5:30 am for 3 days, and culminating with a big catered dinner party, karaoke, live band and dancing lasting til the wee hours. They really go all out and the bride and groom look absolutely stunning. There's been at least 7 in our neighborhood in the past month. We actually had ...
... which inspired the name of this travel blog entry.
Matlacha (Indian name meaning "water to the chin") is tethered to the mainland by the "fishingest bridge in the U.S.A." over Matlacha Pass. Kayakers come here to paddle placid backwaters through miles of mangroves on the Calusa Blueway. However, you can also spend time on dry land, checking out the ...
True to loose arrangements made 6 months ago, our friends Rex & Carol from Aongatete, arrived while on their USA holiday - flying in from Boston to Tampa, a 90 minute drive north from here. We set off on Friday morning and thanks to our faithful GPS, arrived at their hotel at 10am as arranged, where they had stayed overnight, after a late arrival flight the day before- a great chance to show some more friends around ...
Interesting to observe the culture differences......
We were parked up under a tree in the carpark at the local bank - Garry gone in to do some banking....while I stayed out in the shade in the car (with the door open) waiting for him. Next thing I am approached by a fine looking young man - "sorry I did not want to disturb you - just wanted to take a look at the Mustang" . It was the Bank Manager, just popped ...
Gecko's scurry across the garden as I watch a Woodpecker with his brightly coloured red plume head , 'back' his way down the Pine tree on which our bird feeder hangs suspended.... out of squirrels' range. He reaches a height where he then jumps onto the feeder and commences to feed, while still hanging upside down. Is he that silly? can't he see the other birds, actually stand on the feeder and eat?
Garry purchased a MEGA bag ...