Reckless Days in Miami, Florida
Miami is all about the beach. South Pointe beach was our hang out spot all throughout high school, and the first place we go to when we come home to Miami. It has the clearest water and is surprisingly a lot less crowded than the rest of Miami Beach. When we’re back at home, we go there right after breakfast and soak in the sun until sunset!
Some school, some concerts, and lots of photos and videos.
Beach rats, reckless days, foul-mouthed salty kids. All day healed by the sun and wrapped up in the ocean’s lip.
Stoppin’ by a cafe on the way to the beach to get some alfajores, pão de queijo and fresh juice for breakfast, and save some for later for snacks at the beach. Sun bathing all day and body surfing in the ocean. We’ll come home all salty after sunset, and lay in my hammock for a while. We can either go to sleep all beached out, or jump in the pool if we’re too sandy. Repeat the next day.
The water’s always warm. Even if we’re back in the dead of “winter” (Miami never really has a winter), the water is still amazing!
The dumb seagulls that always poop on Vanessa.
The few days that the waves are actually decent sized. Miami never really has waves.
A really loud, tan woman in an itty bitty bikini with a strong Hispanic accent.