Kingsail Resort Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... tip!), then set the sat Nav for The Keys and headed on out of Miami. Well, I think we got about 1 mile from South Beach before we hit a major traffic jam. We tried sneaking off down other streets but every route took us back to the jam on the main route out. I even smacked my wing mirror into a UPS delivery van....oops! We eventually passed the cause of the hold up. There was a major car crash on the other side of the highway. Looked nasty. Lots of cops ...
... couple of gals who have been coming here for 40 years! Shirley told us of driving a Winnibago full of her 5 kids on the Old 7 Mile bridge! I can't imagine! It's skinny! We quizzed them on the best places to eat and I got a tip on where to buy a camera! She also taught us the term "Keysey"- for when things don't happen as they should, or you have to wait, or things take longer or can't be done.. just shrug and let it go "it's ...
... winter population seems to be a mixture of mostly 60 - 70 year old hippies and beach types, well-healed snowbirds from the North East and Canada, and friendly folks from the Midwest. The spring-breakers should arrive soon.
Our boating between islands has been relaxing, but we have had to dodge crab pots all around the coastline of Florida. Coming into Marathon yesterday we thought we were in an arcade video game as we moved ...
... we had just 30 minutes to grab a bite to eat, get changed and make our way to the docks. It wasn't far from the dive shop and we had plenty of time to spare as the returning boat had to unload all their scuba gear from the morning trip.
Eventually we all jumped on the boat and were cruising out into open waters. Our destination was John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. I had never been on a proper snorkelling trip before and neither had Steffie so we weren't sure ...
... was missing - no walking on that bridge! Once we arrived at the park, we set up our tent in campsite 59, and then went back over the bridge to stock up the cooler at the Publix. That night we popped a bottle a wine and relaxed underneath the blanket of stars - I have never seen so many, absolutely incredible!
The next morning we decided to venture to the beach’s at the park. We went to the Atlantic side of the island first, which was more rough and windy. We ...