Seascape Motel and Marina
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... amp; poke around the side roads. There you find the parks, mangroves lagoons, beaches, restaurants, rental & residential homes. It's really interesting to see some residential areas created on the canals it's hard to explain so if you're interested google map "Key Colony Beach" to see what I mean! We were able to walk from our campsite to the Dolphin Research Centre. With a focus on education ...
... recent unfortunate experience snorkeling in Thailand last February, this time my underwater camera was not broken and I managed to get numerous fairly good photographs! It is quite difficult to photograph things under water, however, as holding the camera still in the moving current can be challenging. Maybe a bit like trying to take pictures at the bar when you’ve been out drinking all night and then you look at them the next morning and say “hey, why are these all ...
... to get some food provisions on route and had a Mcdonalds - my ibs has been really bad this trip and the big mac triggered it off again. It doesn't help that the van's loo is blocked again!
We arrived at Sugarloaf KOA about 3ish. We've got a spot right on the beach (although you couldn't really call the beaches in the keys beaches!) so when we arrived the kids all went piling straight into the sea. They have a ...
We hope you had a fun St. Patrick's Day everyone! Today we did some walking in the morning and a bit of shopping. In the afternoon we had to head to the beach again. The humidity was high and to wear a Tshirt felt like being wrapped in a wool blanket! I love it! On the way home we passed a car collision and ...
... body of water really is beautiful and the bridges are amazing one after another. It is hard to believe one of them is 7 miles long!
We were riding onto Conch Key when Brian needed to stop and change his camera battery. A truck pulled up next to us and it was Tom who we had met in Elk City at the Route 66 museum back in May. We stopped for a chat and then ...