Blog Posts - Everglades



Extinction of and in the Everglades

For over fifteen I traveled to Florida for my job.  I’ll never forget driving the long stretch of highway between Miami and Naples.  That highway is Route 41, officially named Tamiami Trail, but nicknamed Alligator Alley.  My broker gave me R...
by Second Wind Publishing on Mar 3, 2016

Getting my African Safari Fix at Everglades National Park

Much has been said in the expat community about culture shock and its sneaky twin, reverse culture shock. Meaning you come home thinking you’re glad to return to all that is dear and familiar, and instead you find yourself desperately missing that...
by Joburg Expat on Feb 17, 2016

Mit einer Princessin on Tour in Naples!

Abenteuer Florida – Teil 3 – Nächster Stop auf unserem Florida Trip war Naples, etwa 200 km von Miami entfernt. Wir fuhren auf dem Tamiami Trail an die Westküste FLORIDAs. Naples liegt an der Paradies Coast, die mit fast 50 km langen St...

Habe einem Alligator tief in die Augen geschaut!

Abenteuer Florida Teil 2 Mein großer Traum die Everglades zu besuchen ging in Erfüllung! Unsere Reisezeit Juni war nicht die Optimalste, da von Mai – Oktober die nasse Saison ist, dass bedeutet das Klima ist sehr feucht und sehr heiß. Weite...

Visiting Florida Keys and Key West

To the south, Key West has a Mardi Gras mood with Fantasy Festivals, Hemingway look-alike contests and the occasional threat to secede from the Union. It's an island whose melting-pot character allows crusty natives to mingle (more or less peacefully...
by eTravelTrips on Jun 18, 2015

Confessions of a Romanian entertainer working on the largest cruise ship in the world

The girl who had cut almost all decks work performance had arrived in the country after the jump rope to the largest cruise ship in the world. He had gone to seek fulfillment in other waters. Like other great champions of Romania: away from the count...
by We care about your travel on Jun 12, 2015

Escapades in the Everglades: A Road Trip to Miami

When I began planning my big Sunshine State adventure, I planned to mostly get around by train — the horrified reaction Florida residents had to this idea deserves a post of its own — and perhaps one internal flight. But then, suddenly, l...
by Alex in Wanderland on Apr 2, 2015

Florida’s Paradise Coast of Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades.

If your definition of paradise involves awe-inspiring natural beauty, shameless pampering 24/7 and experiences your family will always cherish, consider your paradise found on Florida’s Paradise Coast of Naples, Marco Island and the Everglad The po...
by eTravelTrips on Mar 5, 2015

Florida’s sugar barons grow fat on subsidies, diabetes and Everglades destruction

Big Sugar is the new Big Tobacco, writes Alan Farago – deadly to human health, wreaking environmental devastation, gouging huge public subsidies, and with the political clout to stop First Lady Michelle Obama from breathing a word against it. O...
by Health Tips And Tricks on Sep 2, 2014

5 Reasons To Visit Miami

Miami has a tropical climate with extremely hot summers. The average temperature for this time of year is around 60°F. Temperatures can reach 90°F during the summer months. Continue reading → The post 5 Reasons To Visit Miami appeared first...
by eTravelTrips on Jul 3, 2014

Father and Son South Florida Fishing Trip

  What a great three days of fishing with Mike Mckinney and his son Colby from Texas. They fished the Florida Everglades and also in Miami for Peacock Bass. It was an awesome father and son fishing trip with memories that will last a life time!

Kissimmee: the heart of Florida

There is no other vacation place quite like it. A charming, distinctive area that’s part of one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations and just south of Orlando, Kissimmee deserves your exploration. Continue reading → The post Ki...
by eTravelTrips on Mar 19, 2014

Alligator chomps down on Burmese Python in Florida Everglades

When it comes to a battle between an alligator and Burmese Python, which would you pick as the top predator? As it turned out in this case, witnessed by Steve Greene from a bridge—and seen in his photo above—it was the alligator. Greene rep...
by Outdoors 720 on Dec 24, 2013

Erfolgreiche Indianer in den Everglades in Florida: Billie Swamp Safaris bieten Airboat und Öko-Touren im Big Cypress Reservat

Mit der Öko-Tour von Billie Swamp durch die Everglades in Florida © Copyright Monika Fuchs, TravelWorldOnline Geschäftstüchtig sind sie, die Indianer in den Everglades in Florida, das muss man ihnen lassen. Wir sind unterwegs zu Billie Swamp S...
by American Lifestyle and Travel on Sep 20, 2013

Erfolgreiche Indianer in den Everglades in Florida: Billie Swamp Safaris bieten Airboat und Öko-Touren im Big Cypress Reservat

Billie Swamp Safaris in den Everglades in Florida © Copyright Monika Fuchs, TravelWorldOnline Geschäftstüchtig sind sie, die Indianer in den Everglades in Florida, das muss man ihnen lassen. Wir sind unterwegs zu Billie Swamp Safaris im Big Cyp...
by American Lifestyle and Travel on Sep 20, 2013

Birds- Wing-drying Anhinga at Everglades

As I have mentioned in my earlier post on Everglades National Park one can sight many alligators and anhingas on Anhinga trail. Anhingas nest on the lower branches and so one could sight the chicks in the nest too! It is a sight to behold ... a wing-...
by Scrapbook- A Travel Blog on Sep 17, 2013

Birds- White Ibis at Everglades National Park

I have posted so much about Everglades National Park and I have so much more to share! It doesn't seem to end very soon! Here is one picture of back-lit white ibis. I took this picture from the boat in Gulf Coast area of Everglades.---Leave a co...
by Scrapbook- A Travel Blog on Sep 3, 2013

Visiting Florida Keys and Key West

To the south, Key West has a Mardi Gras mood with Fantasy Festivals, Hemingway look-alike contests and the occasional threat to secede from the Union. It's an island whose melting-pot character allows crusty natives to mingle (more or less peacefully...
by eTravelTrips on Aug 1, 2013

Birds- Lone Great Blue Heron in mangroves of Everglades

My earlier post talks so much about Everglades National Park, Florida. There is so much of wildlife in this park, I don't think I will ever run out of pictures! I have seen these herons and egrets in many poses and this one was on single leg watc...
by Scrapbook- A Travel Blog on Jul 9, 2013

Weather not a garden survives

"The trouble with weather forecasting is that it's right too often for us to ignore it and wrong too often for us to rely on it."   — Patrick Young AUBURN, Maine — Perhaps I should... Take a walk on the wild side around New Englan...
by Goodfellows52 on Jul 1, 2013


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