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We spent the weekend in Hilton Head Island. It was warm Friday afternoon of our arrival but we didn't do much as the traffic was heavy. I went to see the new Interstellar movie which was well done. We walked the beach Saturday morning then drove around a little but were limited in access to only 60% of island because we had kayaks on top.
The whole island is developed to blend the natural surroundings with resorts, golf courses, homes, etc. ...
... for the GPS update we did a few days ago. We were just a few miles from the plantation site as we passed through Sand Fly Georgia. At the corner where we were to turn were a few lunch options, Subway, Chinese food, Papa Johns Pizza, and Sandfly Bar-B-Q. No words needed to be spoken and we found parking across from the most awesomest barbecue thus far! They had pulled pork, beef brisket, pulled chicken, and a hamburger called a Buddy Boy. ...
... headed down to the riverfront and decided on seafood for dinner. We picked a great place that had a balcony and we could watch all the ships going past while eating. We ordered some drinks and while we were waiting for them to come, we noticed a dirty big black cloud moving in. Keith, being a Queenslander, advised nah it wont rain. The waitress brought the drinks and said yep its gonna rain. Irene decided ...
... is an old cobblestone road that is littered with century old buildings. They used to be cotton factories, but now the entire street has been converted into boutiques, pubs, restraunts etc.
The entire town feels very southern, and the "southern hospitality" is certainly abundant. Everyone was incredibly nice, saying "hello y'all how are you today" etc.
Gus and I just returned from a distillery and dinner. Great craft beers that are 5.5% ...
... catholic cathedral (lit candles for Da Michael, appropriate given archi-centric nature of town). Then, back in car for five hour drive north to Wilmington. At last, Caragh feeling much better. Thanks to American over the counter drug culture. Not much to see on the way, mostly, highways, but enough yank crass commercialism to make it interesting. Chose a typical chain family restaurant for dinner, ...