Royal Pavilion Resort
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... noses and wagging tails. My master has a friend called Dexter and I gathered sniffing is usually followed by a contribution from the other end. I was so nervous my wheel nearly fell off. After a very very long time our masters collected us. They looked as though they had been waiting a long time too- some sort of delay because some one called a customer officer was being overly customezed? I don't understand. We had to join a long zig zagging queue ...
... the thunder claps, but luckily no rain as yet, but you could feel it in the air though, just waiting to dump its load. On the bridge we saw a massive fork lightening right by our hotel, I videoed this as we walked over the rest of the Bridge, quite scary really but exciting at the same time. On the other side of the bridge, a skinny trampy bloke with a walking stick asked if we had done with our food, having clocked our take out carton. We gave it to him, saying it was ...
... a giant slice of pizza for lunch (everything is giant in the US). I did a bit of quick shopping after that at some of the cheap shops around and then I went to see what I came for, the architecture. My first stop was the Carlyle, where one of the important scenes in the movie Scarface was filmed. It was awesome seeing this building after having watched that film a good dozen times. I carried on walking down the street and took endless photos of the ...
... that live in Miami mainly Cubans, Mexicans and people from South American countries giving the city a different more spicy flavour :)When you enter a shop in Miami you are much more likely to be spoken to in Spanish rather than in English and very often the sales assistants speak only Spanish! And as people always assume I am South American they always look at me in disbelief when I say I do not speak Spanish. At least not yet.So in Miami in preparation of ...
... a larger one as we write.
Were 5 cruise ships loading up at port for a departure today.
Ship is enormous - over 6000 passengers, but it is not crowded.
So many places for passengers that you would not think everyone got on board.
Looking forward to exploring ship and stops - first stop tomorrow,
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