Sanctuary Villas At Hawks Cay
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... to tie up in short time with enough daylight to enjoy the view of the sapphire blue waters of the Gulf. We had an absolutely spectacular view of the Gulf for about an hour at which point a HUGE, HUGE yacht tied up behind of us, blocking our formerly superb view and casting a shadow over our little boat. We are talking 8 uniformed crew type of yacht with flowers, champagne and personalized dinnerware on the deck's outdoor upholstered dining room and bar. Because this marina had ...
... there too. It always is pretty cool to be able to swim in both the Gulf and Atlantic in the same day. Not much difference in temperature! We hung out for a while longer then got some cold drinks from the concession area. The gift store was selling treasures found in the area. Some of the items were from the 1800s.
On the way back we thought we would head over to the Big Pine Key to see if we could catch ...
... my sister and I to clang pots and pans, the bowling we sometimes did to bring in the new year. 2013. I guess the believers in the Mayan Apocalypse were wrong about 2012. 2012: I had a daughter. I went on strike and risked everything. It was quite a year for manning up. So why not spend its last day doing manly things like building fires and sleeping outdoors? Tomorrow's plan is to hit the water somehow. I missed Sebastian Inlet and it seems I'll miss Key Largo too. We'll ...
... found a company that did provide guided dives (without charging for them) and they didn’t take snorkelers out with divers. So, we joined them and had some great dives.
The other activity that kept us occupied around here (other than diving and photography) was canoeing and kayaking. It is almost impossible to stay in the Flamingo area of the Everglades without getting yourself out on the water. We were told not to use ...
Some things you're destined to remember forever and sunrise over Key West will be one of them. For some reason I wake just after 7am and as slumber evaporates I recall that the sun is due to come up in about eight minutes time.
Leaving Coman asleep I walk out to the pier across the road from the hotel and join the other early birds with cameras in their hands. It's truly stunning, the sky blazing a burnished palette as the first hint of the fiery deity breaks onto the horizon. ...