What to do on a rainy day? When it’s pouring in Key Largo you can simply wait a few minutes or maybe take a drive down the scenic Overseas Highway Heritage Trail – also known as US1 – to Key West. Most days the weather is completely different there! Only 35 miles south but way out west, Key West and it’s historic, Victorian charm offers an optional day trip and the getting there becomes part of the fun. Miles and miles of overseas bridges. 42 to be precise and the longest of these being The Seven Mile Bridge.
Here is the prettiest one, the Bahia Honda railroad bridge.
Some days in the Keys are just picture perfect…
Blue skies, calm water, long shadows and a moment to pull out your phone and capture the memory for posterity!
At Azul del Mar moments like these come at you fast and furious.
Living close to nature, like on the fringe of Everglades’ National Park, it’s normal to visit the unexpected. But occasionally when nature comes to visit you it comes as quite a shock.
Take this little fella for instance… Clinging desperately to a cluster of leaves as the combined effects of a cold front and a north wind last week knocked him out of a gumbo limbo tree.
Iguanas are common visitors to Azul del Mar in Key Largo these days.
The little Godzillas, with a population of tens to hundreds of thousands across the region are becoming a nuisance. Anyone is free to trap them at home but Florida law forbids relocating them or cutting them loose into the wild somewhere – since that’s pretty much where this thing started years back!