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... in the airport. (very end of the building) Finally, we were on the plane to San Francisco! Once we got to San Fran we went got on a Taxi. It was the craziest ride ever! The driver was speeding going around 75 MPH which was WAY past the speed limit. He was zig zagging all the streets and roads it was crazy. Finally (which felt like ...
... ambulance finally came passed us heading off the island to the mainland. We finally reached the bridge. It looked like it was actually two side by side bridges, one going in either direction but they were repairing one and so traffic now passed on one bridge, one lane in either direction. Just a few miles over the bridge was the Walmart. We needed to get milk eggs and bread anyway so we stopped for provisions. Ted thought he would ask ...
... both in North Carolina) we found ourselves on a narrow road in a long line of cars and trucks. We had intended to spend some time in Ocracoke, but immediately fled north seeking less traffic and less congestion. This required another ferry ride lasting 1 hour, which brought us to Hatteras Island. We camped at the north end of the island in Rodanthe. It was large and crowded, and we were lucky to get ...
The next morning, Sunday August 3rd, we awoke to rain, so we were pleased to take advantage of eating at the pancake breakfast served by the camp staff and not having to cook in the rain. We ventured back to Charleston to join a city tour. Our first stop on the tour was Fort Sumter. We boarded the ferry to the fort after a quick look at the displays in the visitors' center. The fort is famous in American history as being the ...
... I cannot work out if it is generally poor or simply the standard way of life.
Most of the prefab houses are quite large and have a couple of nice cars outside.
but the majority also have a scrap 1980s Chevy rotting in the garden.
Bizarre, it seems that when they stop working the cars are just left in the garden forever.
Every house has a porch and a rocking chair. It is a stereotype but so true.
Off to outer banks and cape Hatteras in the morning.