Hmmmmmm. What do you need to know about the Florida Keys? Well, how about it’s composed of characters, of which you play a starring role. Young, old, gay, straight, conservative, liberal, American, Canadian, European, the Florida Keys attracts them all. And I don’t know if it’s the warm breezes, the salty air or the attitude of the latitude, but they all get along in perfect harmony. It’s roaming roosters, tall libations and seafood so fresh, it practically flops on your plate. It’s cool too, in a Hemingway sort of way. You can’t help but feel a little bit hip walking Duval Street or riding a cruiser bike beside the ocean. It’s brightly painted bungalows, crystal blue waters and fishing off of bridges. It’s boating, snorkelling, and swimming. It’s go-go-go or slow-slow-slow. The Keys are eager to suit your mood. The Florida Keys stretch 120 spectacular miles and if you go, you’re going to want to check out every single one of them.
About Candace Sampson
Candace is founder and editor-in-chief of Life in Pleasantville which isn't half as fancy as it sounds. You can find her sharing travel stories on What She Said Radio and on CTV Ottawa Morning Live.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.