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Mar 19, 2009 - Day Twenty-one - Life doesn't get better than this

Thursday, March 19th Another perfect day… After another late start (Frazer and Keira are definitely not morning people – Megan and I were up two hours earlier than them this morning) we hit the beach for a few hours and although we didn’t see any dolphins today we had fish swimming past us that were more than a foot long (I found this a little unnerving I have to admit). We returned to The Pub for lunch overlooking the water and then late afternoon we headed out to Fort de Soto park to spend half an hour at their award winning beaches. It...

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Mar 18, 2009 - Day Twenty - Indian Shores

Wednesday, March 18th We had a very slow morning and finally got out to the beach across the road around 11:30am (only mad dogs and Englishmen they say…). It was a beautiful day and the beach, although busier than the other evening, was still very relaxed. There we one group of about 15 people who we assumed to be parents of the ubiquitous “Spring Breakers” who spent the entire time we were there standing in the sea up to their waists drinking beer and having a great time. We were also able to watch pelicans fishing – and the highlight for...

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Mar 17, 2009 - Day Nineteen - Indian Shores

Tuesday, March 17th As expected the weather was not great today. We chilled out in the morning and then took a drive down the coast right down to Pass-A-Grille. We had lunch at Crabby Bills which was excellent and then had a brief walk in the rain on St. Pete’s Beach – just to say we’d been there. We have been feeling lucky to be staying here at the Barefoot Beach Resort. There are some absolutely stunning properties around but also some really crummy ones and I guess you can never be certain when you book something online which you will...

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Mar 16, 2009 - Day Eighteen - travel to the beach

Monday, March 16th Another lie-in this morning – could get used to this (especially if Liverpool keep thrashing Man Utd – sorry had to get that one in there, I know they will probably still win the title!). We then went for our very last character meal – as a surprise for the girls we had booked breakfast at Chef Mickey’s where they got to meet Donald Duck, Pluto, Goofy, Minnie and of course Mickey Mouse. They were really pleased although they are so blasé about the routine now that they knew exactly where to go and pose when the character...

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