We left Naples early in the morning with a full tank of gas and empty tummies. What does that mean? Sweets time! We stocked up the car and got on the way.
The first place we hit when we arrived was Theatre of the Sea. My two travelling companions were very patient with me while I took 100s of pictures everywhere we went.
Such a pretty place
We remembered this little guy from the last time we were there years ago. He had part of his shell broken out in the wild and needed to be rescued - he swims around with his own personalised life jacket.
This is his buddy
Love parrots! Love the colours!
A certain someone was so upset there were no alligator sightings all the way on the slightly deceitfully named Alligator Alley. All eyes were on the side of the road for the 70 mile journey and not one gator spotted. To make sure there were no tears, we met this guy:
And here are some of his miniature buddies
After a busy busy day, it was time to go home. I stopped at the gas station and let the two of them go in and get some sweets. You should have seen what came back out.
I also think both feared for their lives in that gas station - maybe they thought the BIG GULP and giant packet of Cheetos were going to be their last requests.
Needless to say, everyone made it out alive, including the giant sized drink and obscene packet of cheetos.
With orange stained fingers and I am guessing full bladders, we arrived back to Naples late that night and were ready for bed.
One of the most awesome days in a long time!