Aug 5, 2013

I Spy with My Little Eye a Crocodile



      Well, the title isn't 100 % true, I saw some aligators, not crocodiles. And I didn't see them at the Everglades, at least not any grown up ones. As odd as this might sound, I saw 3 of them at the Kennedy Space Center - apparently that's a wild life reserve as well.
      I was determined to see an aligator at the Everglades so I rented a bike at noon and biked like crazy for 8 miles (13 km), but all I saw was a baby aligator carelessly swimming by in the swamp and Horatio. He lost his sunglasses and asked me if he could borrow mine. I said no.





Window shopping on Miami's Ocean Drive.

I usually say don't be a pussy, be a woman, but don't be a pussy, eat one has a ring to it too I guess.



Veronika's version of Find Waldo at Vizscaya.



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14 comments:

  1. Hey sweets , loved pucs and the intro of your post.. I always try to differenciate b/w aligator and crocodile but cant..,
    Some very intresting things clicked.. :P

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  2. your blog is fantastic! so wonderful and fun!
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  3. sounds like you had a very fun day, I always try to remember the difference between a crocodile and alligator but I feel like if I ever came face to face with a big one, all knowledge would disappear anyway lol
    The Eye

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  4. love those pictures! so lovely!
    and I fell in love with your blog!!!

    Kejmy ♥.

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  5. I was not expecting that store display of thongs lol. I especially like the one that says, "once you go black, you never go back.." Was this from a Spencer's or a Hot Topic?

    Brittney

    anotherbeautifulthing.blogspot.com

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  6. Dude you have some serious balls on you! Hahaha! I'd never bike in the Everglades, especially on the hunt for alligators! OMG!

    Disclosure: clearly I'm a pussy!
    SDMxx
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  7. Dont be a pussy, eat one - LMAO!
    Did you buy any blinged out shoes?

    ♥ Paula Shoe Fiend.
    http://shoe-fiend.blogspot.co.nz/

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  8. I love those shoes!

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  9. Alligator, crocodile, who cares, it's an experience to see either. I don't believe I've ever seen one. I've seen a lizard and that freaked me out.

    Love Miami, enjoy, but be good! *wink*

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  10. Hahaha you're a liar! I was worry... and then i realize you could only see a baby!
    I love the pictures! Clothes and shoes are simply amazing! especially shiny shoes!!!

    XXX
    http://muerdelaespina.blogspot.com.es/

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  11. THE SHOES! Also, boooo alligators. And crocodiles. The glades don't sound very fun but the shopping looks hella fun and hilarious.

    xo Ashley
    thetiniestfirecracker.com

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