Yesterday, my article on a visit to Fort Jefferson & The Dry Tortugas National Park was covered in the newspaper
Sukanya Ramanujam takes an unusual ferry ride off the coast of the southern-most tip of the U.S.
There are very few things that can motivate someone to get out of bed at 5:30 am on a cold and windy winter day, even if this particular winter is a mild Florida one. However, the prospect of a day trip to one of the most remote national parks in the United States, which can be reached only by boat or seaplane, is something to enthuse even the most jaded traveller. The streets of Key West seem deserted, as my sister and I make our way to the ferry terminal to head out to the Dry Tortugas, a chain of seven uninhabited islands over 100 km offshore. The first Europeans to discover…
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