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... Merri in Anchorage, AK. And from Baton Rouge on, the hugs and smiles haven't stopped. A wonderful thing. A thing to be missed on a long journey such as ours. Reunions are bliss.
Having said that, we readily admit that this portion of our trip does not come without some need for adjustment. Some awkward feelings. Even some yearning for what we had, and now miss. With friends and family comes civilization. The cities. ...
Left camp today around 9:15 and drove straight to the farmer's market in old Charleston - about a 1 hour drive). After perusing the market, we ate lunch from one of the food booth's there - a roti booth- had a "mother clucker" each (chicken, rice etc)...very good! Then we explored the city market and walked the streets in the old part of Charleston including part of the boardwalk. We ...
... quite low. Later though, patrons appeared from everywhere and as we discovered, love to meet foreigners with Australian accents.
Ted and I decided not to sing but the entertainment was going well regardless. Unfortunately the mood was shattered slightly when someone we met grabbed the wrong person on the backside, and a punch up nearly ensued. That's when we remembered we had an early start tomorrow! When we got back to the car, Ted even opened the car door for ...
Today was chill out day so I went to a different section of the riverfront with Tia, her friend Mariel and Aeden. As my hopes were crushed yesterday from not seeing any wildlife, I was on serious dolphin watch. It didn't take long before a few popped their fins up and started playing around not too far off shore. Successful day no matter what happens.
We walked through the oldest neighbourhood in Charlestone and saw some crazy houses. Crazy in architecture, colour and size. ...
... fountain (we cheated death) and swinging on the bench-swings, we cut inland down the tree-lined streets and by some pretty churches, and found ourselves back on the main street.
Almost as quickly as we had arrived, it was time to leave Charleston. Though we'd had only 24 hours and had spent about 13 of them asleep, we were definitely charmed by the city. We have such a tightly-planned schedule in the US as it saved us a lot of money to plan buses and hostels 6 months ...