Coconut Mallory Resort And Marina
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... to Spain with her eleven other mates for a week of biking. Not to fear, parenting is easy and it's only 15 sleeps until we meet mommy in London. There were a few tears shed, but nothing an ice cream, movie and a new iPad game could not fix.
After watching a movie at a local movie theatre in Orlando, we headed to the KOA RV Park (KOA is a chain of decent RV spots across the USA). The RV in the toilet area was a little wet, as I had reversed a few days back with ...
... a strip1 km wide along the Atlantic shoreline - the famous Key Biscayne included.
Despite being told by the park staff that an extended bike path didn’t exist, I found one that followed the shore alongside the countless hotels. I spent several hours cycling it.
The handle on my van’s gear shift fell off and I managed to repair it with a quick visit to home depot. It was also time for an oil change ...
... 15' in diameter, 4' deep, 3 small children floating in it...............among other things. I chose to take a dip in the neighbor's pool, sorry the neighboring motel's pool. When I told Eryn, my wife that story she thought I jumped somebody's fence, ha!
The Motel next door had a much bigger, deeper and cleaner pool, although the water temperature can only be described tepid, not as refreshing as hoped, but pretty wet.
... leaving you hyperventilating and screaming bloody murder, your blood pressure takes a plunge leaving you dizzy and light headed, sweating, with your eyes watering and your nose running. Now why would you subject yourself to that?!? We ended up buying 3 sauces.
The 3rd and final stop was the Kermit’s Key Lime Shoppe where we tasted Key Lime Pie on a stick, dipped in chocolate and frozen. Heavenly...there was last of tasty ...
... didn't want to go overboard with our activities. Seriously. People were throwing up overboard into the ocean! The ride was very memorable, even if it was in a bad way. At land, we were told that the normal wind speed at sea was around 10-12 knots and on the day we went it was around 21 knots. No wonder our boat rocked!! This Great Glassbottom tour was a very nice boat, and the experience would have been amazing, if it weren't for the part about the whole boat throwing up.