Coconut Mallory Resort And Marina
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoconut Mallory Resort And Marina Key West
Nice hotel kind people.
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... and people on each except for the really small islands. It was a couple of hours of bridge hopping to get to key west. Key West was a largish island, and was densely accommodated. Traffic was annoying and there was housing and hotels on every spare inch of the island. Nothing was natural, I don't even recall seeing a park. There was a lot of bike traffic. They were like they owned the road. Two abreast on the narrow two lane streets. I took a look around ...
Up and out at seven this morning for our fishing trip. Of course a get my monthly visitors......my dismay when a small boat appears with no toilet. Of we go......we expected to turn right into shallow waters in the mangroves....no we go left.....the captain says we arent going into deep sea, we are staying inshore by the reef. Al and Jackie you would have been sick as dogs. The captain says this is flat and the woman from ...
... most tip. Bob pointed out the white sandy beach yet hardly any waves at all despite looking out to the Atlantic Ocean. With the calm water gently lapping against the shore it felt more like looking out upon a Great Lake. The reason for the lack of waves is due to a reef 5 miles out to sea. This breaks the waves before they hit land. However, you need waves to create sand. The surface of the shoreline should be hard coral, shells and shale. The sand is shipped in from ...
... is a quite remarkable piece of road, stretching for a little over 200 km. There are many bridges connecting the various Keys. The longest of which is the Seven Mile Bridge.
There is a realistic looking and rather large statue of a lobster along the highway on the island of Islamorada. It is out the front of the rather quirky "Rain Barrel Artisans' Village". In a tiny cafe, amongst the mishmash of shops behind the ...
... obviously lol). Much needed cash as reserves are getting depleted and I still have a couple of weeks to go.... Definitely need to get back to NZ and soon, so many people have sandcastle"you are Australian aren't you" - don't know who would be the most insulted about that one, I mean strewth Bruce, do I really sound that sick???Righty, see how tomorrow goes tomorrow he said sagaciously...Still no pictures sadly, do post the.odd one on Facebook ...