Royal Hawaiian Motel / Botel
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... contacts to keep her engaged and on the "right" path. We also spent a ton of time talking with Henning. We gave him advice on where to bird in Texas and talked a lot about soccer. Back at the dock - we shed tears of good bye and stopped at Cuban Coffee Queen for a pick me up. Straight to the hotel - each one of us burnt to a crisp all in different places. A cold shower to counteract the heat emanating from my neck and arms and off to dinner we went. At dinner ...
... s shore birds. Casey and I can only imagine the variety and numbers of birds we would have seen had this slaughter not taken place.
Poachers often entered the densely populated rookeries like the ones we were exploring, where they would shoot and then pluck the roosting birds clean, leaving their carcasses to rot. Unprotected eggs became easy prey for predators, as were newly hatched birds that starved or died from exposure.
In 1885, a 15-year-old named ...
... it often over the years. Earlier that morning while we were driving to Key West I asked Jon whatever happened to Michael McCloud. Jon laughed and said he was probably dead under a bridge somewhere (he had a bit of a reputation for drinking excessively and carousing into the wee hours). But anyway, I digress, let’s get to the key point of the story. We sat down at Schooner’s Wharf to order a few rum runners and some lunch and enjoy the live music which, lo and behold, was ...
... ICW. The last time we had traveled the Gulf was during the Great Crossing and it was during the night. We would be traveling during daylight and able to see every wave, which was both good and bad depending on the size of the wave. Knowing how anxious we were about our solo journey, as always, the Good Captains helped us gain confidence by reviewing navigation skills, rope tossing and providing waypoints to guide us. They warned us to watch out for crab pots. Last but not least, ...
... the boat to get to the reef which is very famous because it holds the most photographed underwater stature in the world, a 9 feet tall Jesus Christ stature. We saw some beautiful fish and stunning corral structures through the glass-bottom of the boat and later when we where snorkeling. We snorkeled for 50 minutes through the reef and it took us again 45 min to get back ...