TOTO - WE ARE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE - I'm not sure we are still in the US. Dinner Key Marina in Biscayne Bay proved to be an interesting experience - thought maybe we fell asleep and woke up in Cuba. We were able to get Izzy's health certificate and some more provisions (wine) and then moved across the bay to No Name Harbour in preparation for crossing to the Bahamas. No Name Harbour is located at the southern end of Key Biscayne and is part of the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. There are bike and hiking trails in a beautiful tropical setting. We arrived Sunday morning into what appeared to be a quiet picturesque anchorage. By noon we knew we were in trouble - boats started arriving in droves and our quiet anchorage with 6 boats turned into 60 - of course, each with their own choice of music blaring like it was a competition of sorts. We sat on the flybridge - cocktail in hand enjoying the chaos and watching them fight for their foot of space - luckily they left en masse around 5:30 and we had our quiet spot back. There is also a restaurant here specializing in Cuban cuisine - polish up your spanish - Spanish is the 1st language spoken by 70% of the population here.