We needed to have some breakfast, so we got packed and then walked just down the road to an Argentine cafe in which Curtis got an almond croissant and a chocolate croissant whilst Kim got a ham and cheese bagel. We each got a cappucino too, but that wasn’t great.
We decided to take the train to Fort Lauderdale instead of a bus as it was quicker and bit nicer…
We got to the station, which looked excellent, got our tickets and checked our bag in.
We waited in the really nice waiting area and then around 30 minutes later we boarded the train.
All seats are assigned and we got the accessible seats so we had insane leg room!
We were only on the train for 30 minutes but the train was very comfy, quiet, fast and pretty cheap. We quite enjoyed it.
We got our of the station after collecting our bag and were going to take an Uber to our apartment. Instead, were offered a ride in a ‘freebee’. This is a new trial being ran which is a good sized electric vehicle which takes people around the city free.
Unfortunately, our apartment was out of the zone they are currently operating in, but there was an insane amount of rain so the driver was kind enough to drop us right at our apartment!
Our apartment is within another building, but we have our own bathroom and cupboard and it’s good enough.
Unfortunately, as we arrived, a thunderstorm started and so we were pretty much house bound, which was good because we were also feeling very lazy.
We were so lazy, and fearing the storm, that we ordered Uber Eats instead of going out. We had a free delivery deal anyway, so might as well use it!
We got some Japanese food which was, again, adequate. Nothing to write home about (literally) but not bad.
Braving The Storm
We wanted some snacks and provisions, so we braved the storm and walked down to the supermarket. We managed to get a bit of the lightning flashing on camera, but we did see some actual lightning bolts!
We came back and just watched TV. Unfortunately, the weather isn’t meant to be good tomorrow either, so we’ll just have to sleep!
Mr & Mrs Hale