Mar Bay Motel & Suites
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... upright demeanor.
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... goes all the way around (I wasn’t so fond of that one). We ended the day with a ride on the train that goes along open savannah where the African animals are and a look at a few of the animal enclosure, although we chose to skip the Kangaroo and lorikeet one. We picked up the car and headed to Orlando in preparation for hitting Disney World for the next 5 days. Yes 5 days! We will be well fuelled up with a meal of ribs, steak and shrimp from the Black Angus Steak house. ...
... with the bark it causes immediate ulcerating blisters and possible death.
There are 30 types of snakes – 4 poisonous, in this area. One of the worst threats to the park are pythons. People who bought them as pets when they were little have let them go as they became too large and now they have multiplied into dangerous levels. One snake can lay up to 200 eggs at a time and they have no enemies. The rangers have killed them and ...
... or less, people were less rude, good service actually meant something, and meals were edible. now, being a passenger in an aircraft is similar to to being a cow being led to a slaughter house. Crammed so close to passengers that one is practically sitting in their lap. Herded through giant networks and airports. Lost luggage, missed connections. And if, by chance, you somehow find a ridiculously cheap flight, you will be nickel and dimmed for ...
... in the opposite direction made a u-turn and stopped to help us. A Florida good 'ole boy, dressed in hunting fatigues jumped out. He had an air compresser on board and after Jeff used the can of foam on the tire our Good Samaritan finished it off with the compresser. He then told us he'd follow us to see whether the "Fix-a-Flat" had done the trick. As soon as we went 1/2 mile, there was foam all over the tire, back of the car, ...