On Miami Beach the sweltering sun beats down on half naked bodies, leaving behind glistening beads of moisture and a sun-kissed tan. The sand beneath your back forms itself into a comfy bed to relax on, a girl to the right slathers tanning oil over her shimmering tattoos, and an old man to the left burps from the beer he just finished. A contrast of beauty and gritty reality face Miami visitors as they arrive at the white sandy beaches under the powder blue sky - only a few feet from about ten tattoo shops.
Miami is a vacation spot for Americans from across the nation but it is also home to a huge Hispanic population, mostly from Cuban backgrounds, and Spanish is often more commonly heard than English. The diversity of the city creates cross cultural tensions, but also begets hip hop infused with salsa, traditional American cuisine laced with chilli pepper, and the strong flavours of Latin America in day to day life. Beach by day and Salsa clubs by night, embrace the cross cultural lifestyle and relax all the while.
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The Florida Keys are an excellent sailing destination because they have the best of both the U.S. and the Caribbean.