Caribbean and Gulf Coast
by Chelle Koster Walton
Focusing on the natural, noncommercial, and social aspects of island hopping, this book includes specific information for boaters, outdoor types and below-the-surface travelers.
Islands are addictive, and this insider's tour of the Gulf Coast barrier islands shows you why. From the glare-white beaches of the Panhandle to the down-under primitiveness of the Ten Thousand Islands, here is a lively and uninhibited guide to enjoying the island way of life on the Gulf Coast of Florida, whether you're a full-time resident or a first time visitor.
A local humor columnist's askew view of island life, from tourist-tracking tips to surviving post-vacation blues.
Sanibel Island, Sarasota, Venice, Naples, Ten Thousand Islands, Marco Island, Fort Myers, Anna Maria Island, Siesta Key, Charlotte Harbor, Boca Grande... Everything you've always wanted to know about Florida's most cherished coastline.
The Guide opens the window to new customs and new experiences. People who are interested in other people will find keys to enjoying the cultures of the wonderfully varied Caribbean islands.