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Glassbottom boat tour in Key Largo...

black box with orange check In Key Largo we had a beautiful sunshiny day to board a high speed catamaran Glassbottom Boat Tour at the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. The inside of the 130 passenger boat is shaped like a mini theatre in the round with tiered seats so passengers can sit comfortably while looking down through the very large glass bottom. We explored shallow reefs teeming with marine life while the on board experts offered interesting commentary and answered the questions posed to them. Website: P.S. There's plenty of opportunity to go outside and enjoy the sun on your face and the wind in your hair just don't forget your sunscreen. P.P.S. Anyone prone to seasickness? This cruise is not for you.

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Experience the 'African Queen' in Key Largo...

black box with orange check If you are a movie buff you'll remember Katherine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart in the iconic 1951 film, 'The African Queen.' For a real trip down memory lane you can experience a short canal cruise on the original 'African Queen.' I loved the pure kitsch of the experience. The boat itself is tiny but oh the fun of chug, chugging down the canal and taking photos of the steam engine and the bits and pieces of memorabilia from the film. An added bonus is sailing down a Key Largo canal and seeing all the waterfront homes and how the rich and famous live. Website:

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Feed the tarpon at Robbie's Marina...

black box with orange check In Islamorada, we stopped at Robbie's Marina to feed the tarpon. I so enjoyed watching the kids of all ages filling their buckets with bait and lugging it to the pier's edge to attract the fish. Some were brave enough to hold small fish in their hands and the tarpon leapt right out of the water to grab the minnows. What was most intriguing about this stop was the fight between the tarpon and the huge, cheeky pelicans who patrolled the waterfront ready to swoop and intercept the bait. However, both sides seemed to get their fill amidst lots of squawking and splashing. P.S. Don't forget your camera and keep your eyes open. Strolling through Robbie's Marina there are excellent photo opportunities and stuff to buy everywhere!

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