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... state to tick off the list. I had organised my couch surfing host, and was greeted at the train station by James. He was black and I knew he was gay before I met him, because he only hosted male couch surfers, but figured he'd be understanding when I told him I was straight.
He picked me up in his convertible and took me to his, where he was prompt to feed me alcohol and then took me out to town to show me some sights.
One cool thing about Savannah, is that it is one ...
... walking around, SO many people smiled at me and said hi. I thought I was in Niceville or somewhere like that. It was refreshing. Wandered around the shops, the waterfront, some parks, looking at old mansions. It was a full day of walking. I loved the feel of the city, and all the architecture. That night I started poking around on the Center for Women website and found a couple of women who started a coffee shop and utilized the ...
... who was the epitome of Southern hospitality. Plus there was free wi-fi.
Lunch: Low Country Bistro $21
Pulled pork and collard greens with two glasses of Beringer and an impressive background soundtrack. No wi-fi though.
Coffee: Cafe Paradiso - A Turkish themed place with sheish bongs and really nice staff.
Positive: Accidentally stumbling across Charleston Food & Wine Festival. It costs $ to get in but lasts all weekend, and ...
... a middle aged lady standing near her car, fussing with herself as she prepared to approach the store. Not really paying attention to what she was doing, I smiled and greeted her in a friendly manner. Somewhat flustered, as she frantically tucked her upper garment into the waistband of her slacks, she explained, “Oh, my, I forgot to remove my nitie before I left the house this morning.” We had a good laugh together and I replied that I was glad not ...
... major sights on my last trip, so I used Charleston as a way to recharge my batteries and relax which was really nice.
I went back to Rarebit that night, as I wasn’t overly hungry and their stuff was just enough. The staff remembered me and thanked me for coming back which was lovely. I had two beers while I was there so I was enjoying myself!
Something really funny happened while I was sitting at the counter area too. This guy on the same side as me was talking to ...