Big Pine Key Motel
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... Seafood restaurant for their fabulous 1/2price happy hour deals. To die for coconut shrimp, lobster, ribs, wings, calamari, and other dishes covered our table....Best I've had in ages and so inexpensive it was ridiculous ! No room for dinner after this. Dip in the pool and soak in the hot tub was the perfect end to the day....thanks to our treasured friends for hosting us...we so enjoyed the island.
Next day the return trip to Dunedin was just over 7 hrs so ...
... stunning but there just wasn’t enough of it and they have really let the seaweed build up a little too much. We went for a little walk around the coastline then went to the other side to get some good views of the bridges and what used to be a railway line.
We hung out there for a couple of hours then went back to ours for a nature walk to find some deer. There were always a few hanging out around the unit but we wanted to walk in ...
Key West is the southernmost city in the United States. It is where US 1 ends! It is also further from mainland Florida than to Cuba, which is 90 miles away. Many of the residents of Key West are actually immigrants from the Bahamas known as Conchs (pronounced Conks) who arrived in the early 1800s. That's why to date, this place is also know as the Republic of Conch.
In the mid 1800s, shipwrecks which occurred on the reef beyond Key ...
... I came across the turtle hospital - a rescue and rehab centre for sea turtles. Although I was supposed to be having a break from hospitals, I couldn't resist! It was great to see how the staff cared for the turtles as well as providing education to the local community. The next day they were releasing Hunter, one of their turtles who had been in rehab for a year after being hit by a boat and getting 'locked jaw.' ...
... US. Basically a small key surrounded by beach and a lagoon in the middle with no houses,etc, but with a road running through the middle! Gulf of Mexico on one side and Atlantic on other. Saw a bright green iguana setting up the banana tent. No alligators though as they don't like salt water, or bridges i assume, and no killer ...