Sebastian is right, every thing's better under the see (under a pool version). Zone out, no one can see you, you can't hear anything but the bubbles, pretend you're a mermaid and forget everything else.
As these pictures show me under the water perspective of Miami, another thing you can find me doing here is without a doubt eating. I will not hesitate to try every restaurant, dinner and food truck there is regardless of being the pickiest person you will ever meet and not to mention vegetarian. Needless to say, this county is perfect for people with my unhealthy eating habits...which include Waffles any time of day sometimes maybe twice a day either out or some Eggos if at home. Pop Tarts, all sorts of cereal (Cap'n crunch, Cocoa pebbles, Reeses Puffs, Honey bunches of Oats, and the list goes on) POLLY-O string cheese, OREO Cakesters,Martin's potato rolls, Pilsburry Crescent rolls, pizza here there and everywhere especially at Sir Pizza (while in Key Biscayne) *Don't forget the ranch sauce*, grilled cheese and double layered if at BIG PINK on South Beach, Fried oreos if at PRIME 112, Red velvet Cheesecake (yes, it exists!) and veggie burgers if at Cheesecake Factory, sushi at Mr. YUM,MR. CHOW, AKASHI, and of course peruvian food at GRAN INKA, CEVICHE 105 and taking advantage that their is a plague of Peruvians in Miami, therefore Peruvian restaurants and not to mention even peruvian soda sold at supermarkets, I am just as Guy Fieri...except without the N'sync like spiked bleach blonde hair.