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Travel Blogs from Charleston
... out of the old town area because the narrow streets just don’t accommodate RV’s. Prior to this, the bus system had functioned perfectly for us. But, now, my disappointment was obviously quite apparent when I learned that the bus schedule didn’t accommodate evening performances.
So, after asking where we were staying, Nikki chuckled, paused and said “ This may seem strange; I’m not a serial ...
... t be with the rich history, the preserved architecture and details of these antebellum beauties. I took a few pics to show some of the details and history behind these homes. While visiting the downtown area, the bells of St Philips Episcopal Church chimed throughout the day. It made us stop just to listen. We passed the cobblestone street which was the main dropping off point for Africans to be sold as slaves. To me, ...
... fish and scraps that shrimp boats and/or charter boats throw overboard, and as luck would have it they were in the creek when we arrived. Paddle Boarders and Kayakers paddle around in the creek for a close encounter with these wonderful creatures of the sea. Next to trees, dolphins are a favorite of mine, so this was really a treat for me. Watching the dolphins come up within touching distance of some of these paddleboarders was very exciting! But aside from the ...
... many 350 year old trees which were so beautiful to photograph. We did the swamp tour at the end of the day and got seriously soaked in a rain storm. We put on our wet weather gear for the ride into Charleston but were wet through and through. We looked a sight when we turned up at our accommodation.
We went for an early dinner at an Italian restaurant just down the road and made plans for our day in Charleston tomorrow. ...
... Flush due to the new, young
leaves being flushed up from inside the existing plant. Plants can be
harvested every 18-20 days and are harvested from mid-April through
October. The Tea Plantation offers a free tour of the production room
and also a $10 trolley ride around the property. Recently added to the
tour is their brand-new greenhouse where they are better able to grow
new tea plants.
We stopped at ...