Having just spent a month in the savannas of Africa, we’ve swapped our winter coats for flip-flops and shorts, and arrived in Miami, Florida. This week, we’ll be traveling around the lower end of the state with Visit Florida, getting a taste of the outdoor adventures it has to offer: from scuba-diving in the Keys to eco-trekking in the Everglades and biking around Miami. We can’t wait to get reacquainted with this place we used to call home.
Getting Reacquainted with Miami
For those who know our story, you probably know that Alberto and I had met in Miami almost 10 years ago during our student exchange program. It’s a special place for us and we’re more than thrilled to be back! We’ll be spending the next three weeks here in Miami, catching up with old friends and basically slowing down to soak it all in. Over the past few days, we’ve already spent some time under the sun at Key Biscayne, tried sea-trekking at Miami Seaquarium, and explored the up-and-coming Wynwood art district in midtown Miami. Be sure to give a shoutout if you’re in the area, we’d love to catch up!
Local Living in Miami
Our base for the next few weeks will be an apartment rental from Wimdu. We’ve worked with Wimdu before, and have enjoyed the freedom and flexibility that comes with renting an apartment while traveling. Wimdu is an apartment rental website that offers short-term rentals in over 100 countries, with more than 50,000 properties ranging from Balinese beach villas to penthouse units in New York. To coincide with our partnership, Wimdu has kindly given us 10 vouchers (each valued at US$30) to share with our readers.
To win these vouchers, you simply need to leave a comment below with where or how you’d be using your vouchers and we’ll pick the 10 best answers.
The contest runs until 30 October, and is opened to all nationalities. It’s easy to win and takes less than two minutes to enter. We look forward to hearing from you!
Disclaimer: Our trip was made possible by Visit Florida, Gosh PR and Wimdu, but all opinions expressed are our own.