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and to ocean Pier then it rained in showers. So we took lunch at hotel. Afterwards clearer weather and we took a wheeling chair. Unusually pretty cottages everywhere, built in simple good taste and well taken care off. Afternoon listened to [[red underline]] concert at Royal Poinciana Hotel [[\red underline]] then took tea at the "Coconut Grove", where a dancing floor [[strikethrough]] has [[/strikethrough]] under the Coconut palms. No roof but a string of yellow electric lights.  A [[red underline]] most beautiful effect. [[\red underline]] The pretty girls dancing [[strikethrough]] while [[/strikethrough]] with their partners, and all around little tables where tea was served. Went aboard the [[red underline]] Cygnet [[\red underline]] about 7P.M. A heavy rain squall
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compelled to put up rain curtains.
March 19. Up early.  Took in ice and water and changed anchoring place to near gardens of Royal Ponciana Hotel.  Then went walking Later on took a wheeling chair and visited "the Jungle" and the Alligator Farm. Afterwards took lunch at "The Breakers", the hotel near the seashore. Then again went in a wheeling chair along Southern Wall of the Island and came aboard after dark.
March 20. Up early at 5A.M. [[red underline]] Left at 6A.M. [[\red underline]] Southwards Stopped for awhile to gather excellent [[red underline]] oysters [[/red underline]] between the Islands of [[red underline]] Lake Worth.  Albert [[\red underline]] and myself went out in dinghy and bare footed and [[red underline]] quickly filled [[\red underline]]
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