So I’ve moved to Florida

Now that I’m living in Florida, I have a new base of operations as far as travels go. Back in Korea I thought about places I could drive to or fly cheaply to. Sometimes I did that or sometimes I just went to Europe even though it was more expensive and a long flight.

Now, being unemployed, I want to stick to the things I can drive to and fly cheaply to. I’ve obviously got the attractions in Florida and the states nearby. And I can fly south probably more easily than I ever could before.

So what would be on the top of your list?

I do want to see some parks like Disney and the Harry Potter world, but probably not during the summer because of the crowds. I’m not really sure what to do in summer considering it’s humid and over 90 degrees most days. Even the beach is rough unless I can find shade because I burn easily.

Anyway, now that I’m more or less settled in, I have time again to think about traveling which means this blog is going to get a lot more active, like it was in the good old days.

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  1. Sharon says:

    Welcome to heat and humidity! For that reason, I would skip the Gulf states and the Yucatan in Mexico, the Caribbean islands, etc., in the summer. Then too, there’s the hurricane season which means anytime, anywhere. Charleston, SC, Hilton Head, etc., would be a good choice, but again, not in the summer…humid, mosquitoes, etc. My choice would be to drive up into the mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina, cooler and much more pleasant this time of year. Gatlinburg in Tennessee in the Great Smokies is one of my favorite places. Then, there’s Asheville in NC, a beautiful town. You can rent cabins or lodging fairly reasonably and it would be a nice, scenic drive too. (I wrote a series of articles on Mammoth Cave Nat’l Park in Kentucky (never published, if you’re interested in reading..let me know.)

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