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Florida Must Be The Swamp Trump Was Talking About

The Wasteland

*Let me start off by giving this disclosure: I went to Florida 2 days before a tropical storm came through. I had also just finished a week in a house with one of my friends. My expectations were high, I guess. *

I truly hate Florida. It was a swamp. Literally.

I heard people say expect that from Louisiana or Mississippi but not Florida. It literally was a wet, humid, insect-driven place.

The place I first went to was this tiny towns. I love tiny towns. I live for tiny towns on this trip. This scenery on the way out was pretty. Full of lush greenery and white people.

Pulling in, it wasn’t bad and the dude let me use one of his fancy tents. (Oh yeah, went back to camping, probably another personal reason of me hating Florida).

When the night came, apparently so did a thousand insects. I was huddled in the corner of my tent like in a scary movie with my shoe in my hand. I was a killer on a rampage and my target mosquitoes, weird bugs, and spiders.

The SPIDERS…

I finally passed out from exhaustion for 2 hours and opened my tent. Again, I was not prepared for the amount of spider webs in this place.

I grabbed all my stuff and left for Destin.

Destin, is another word for beach in Floridanese. Honestly, I was picturing those white beaches and blue sea. I got Galveston.

Gal-freaking-stan. Why?

Pensacola was next on the list for the day. I figure why not check mark all of them off before heading out of this humid hell.

The one good thing I can say about this place is the food. I tried Donut Hole and Shark Bite Tacos, both hella recommend. Donut Hole is something of a classic in Florida, I had no idea and was just looking for something that was opened early so I wouldn’t have to be in my tent.

I cancelled my night at the camping spot and went to this cute little camper on the border of Alabama and Florida.

Leaps and bounds my friends, leaps and bounds. It was even called Biscuit, and just like it’s name, it was overly cutsy but homey. The owner and I ended up talking about politics. (Political talk with people over 50= 2). She was a Bernie fan, so it went well.

Overall, Florida is a useless state and the beaches in photos are lies.

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