Bay Cove Motel
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... and funny. He started by showing us some of the other animals that live in the Everglades namely a scorpion. It was huge! which apparently is a good thing as the bigger they are the less toxic their venom is. The man joked around standing by people pretending to put it on their heads using his hand instead etc. Then he came up to me and asked me to put out my hand. I don’t quite know what I was thinking at that point. Like he ...
... from undersea but probably her attempt to make it easier for people to track down our bloated bodies. The main feature of each room is the large, 42 inch round window that looks out into the sea. While you're looking out into the murky beyond, the fish are looking in at you. The mangrove lagoon in which Jules is located is a natural nursery area for many reef fish. Theoretically tropical angelfish, parrotfish, barracuda and snappers ...
Today is our last full day on the keys. We thought we would hang around Key Largo and do a bit of shopping. We checked out a few souvenier shops (Shell World and Key Lime shop) and bought a few trinkets. We headed back to the condo for a dip in the pool and some relaxation.
After lunch we thought we would check out the Harry Harris Park at the end of the street. This spot was actually really nice. It is free during the week and there is a nice beach and ...
... It was quite nice. I had a beef stew dish that came with black beans. I was adventurous and actually tried the beans, normally I am mega fussy but I figured I should give them a go, just this once.
Game six of the NBA play offs is on, so I am watching that while packing my bags before we head off to Orlando tomorrow.
Highlight: Giving Larry a kiss on the ...
Next, we spent a day driving out to and exploring the Florida Keys. We drove across the famous Seven Mile Bridge (as seen in the movie True Lies), and stopped for some trinket shopping at Shell World in Key Largo, before making it all the way out to the end of the chain, Key West. Key West is a cool little town, where the buildings are all pastel-colored, there are pedestrians everywhere smiling and strolling around, and there are loose chickens running through ...