Writing this with a jet lag and a intense feeling of going back to the US. I guess it’s always like that when you come back home.
This trip was full of new experiences, especially Miami. We met a lot of people, but it was really hard sometimes to distinguish what they are actually about. After 5 minutes we realized either they were creepy, overly flirtatious, trying to sell you something or just nice. All in all they are very good with camouflaging their intentions.
Aside from the people we visited some of the touristy sights. We rented “Miami style” bikes for 10$ a day and just cruised around. This Lil’ Havana has amazing beaches, surprisingly very clean, very sandy and not so crowdy. The water is similar to the temperature of a jacuzzi and has a big potential of having a shark visiting as well.
At night Miami thought us how to survive with so much beautiful girls around us and male sharks that are always trying “to take care of you”. In Miami the DJs, bouncers, security guards and celebrities are gods. Most known clubs are Liv, Set, Mansion and Bamboo. If you are a cute girl with killer heels and like to show of a lot of skin, you will have no problem of getting in for free. For guys it’s probably heaven inside of the club (lots of very pretty girls wearing underwear prancing on podiums), but hell to get in.
Word of caution for guys – you won’t get in unless:
If you do not play along they will not bother to let you in. Prepare yourself for very loud music, thumping bass, lots of people with bottle service who paid insane amounts (the booth next to us was priced from 1000$ to 3000$). Get use to be treated as a walking wallet and enjoy looking some of the wealthy idiots who are delighted to prance around in their Lamborghinis going vroom vroom, kind of pathetic.
But that’s what you get in Miami, for some it’s going to be expensive, loud and probably annoying for others just a funny and different experience.
Photos by: Liza Kasal – Edited by: Žiga Zupančič