Day 5 - home to WDW, including Celebration, Boardwalk Villas, Epcot, Illuminations and Jellyrolls. So just a normal, quiet day then! I wake naturally at 5:10am, after a solid sleep, so things are getting better. Amanda is still sleeping peacefully so I rise quietly and make a coffee which I drink outside on the deck. Amanda wakes about 6:00 and we dress for our last sunrise stroll. We repeat yesterday's route, up the beach for a couple of miles at a brisk pace, before turning round and heading back. The skies are quite moody and interesting today, with a lot more cloud, but it's still lovely. The conservationists have been out early (I suspect they walk the beaches during the night) to mark new turtle nest sites. One of them is so fresh we can still see the tracks made by the female as she labours out of the water and onto the beach to lay her eggs. Crescent Beach covers a huge area, and the large section closest to the main car park must get hammered by visitors, some of whom leave litter behind. A tractor sieves and levels the sand each morning to keep the beach pristine. After a brief pit stop at the cottage to change t shirts we head across the village for our final breakfast at the Village Cafe, arriving about 7:30 again. Amanda has her healthy fruit bowl and muffin once more. I choose pancake -singular! - with bananas, blueberries and strawberries. $22, we leave $27. Back to the cottage at 8:00 - let packing commence!! We shower and then stuff everything into our cases - most of our gear doesn't need ironing anyway, and we only have to make sure we don't leave anything behind. Bill and Molly have emailed to say they will be here shortly after 10:00, but if we leave sooner we can just pop the key on the table and close the door. There certainly doesn't seem to be any petty crime in the area - there is beach equipment, barbecue grills, bikes and other portable kit sitting outside virtually every property in the village, including ours, and nothing seems to walk! Before our trip I had asked Bill if the cottage had a safe, and he had been quite puzzled by the request! He said he'd never been asked this before! It does seem like the kind of place where a lot of people will leave their houses and cars unlocked so they don't need to remember their keys! Most of the bars and restaurants leave their patios and terraces furnished and tables dressed overnight too. We have finished our packing and tidying at 9:30, so decide to set off rather than wait. I take some photos of the now tidy cottage (which are on Day 1) and record this quirky electrical outlet for your amusement. It is still sunny, but starting to rain, so we leave the roof up! Just as well. Because the rain becomes quite heavy (although bizarrely the sun is still shining) as we head over to the I75. Some miles into the journey we stop at a rest area to use the bathrooms, and contemplate dropping the roof. Just at that moment there is a loud crack of thunder, so we leave it up - as things turn out we would have got away with it - the rest of the journey is hot and sunny, with temperatures up to 90 C. There is one hairy moment though, when in heavy traffic we see the car in front swerve violently round an object in the road - it's a huge, shredded lorry tyre right in the centre of our lane! We can't go left, as there are vehicles in the next lane. I swerve onto the hard (actually SOFT) shoulder just in time, but the surface is terrible, all loose and cambered, and I almost lose control of the car, just managing to get back onto the highway with a heck of a tail-wag! I could do with another bathroom break! Thankfully there are no more incidents and we soon find ourselves close to WDW. We take the Celebration exit and park up in my favourite Florida town just before mid day. We park up around the corner from the cinema (sadly now closed) and stroll happily past the fountain and around the lakefront to the Market Street Cafe for lunch.