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Travel Blogs from Folly Beach
So Tuesday we drive from Savannah to Mt Pleasant just outside of Charleston SC and move into a great camping cabin with full bath, microwave, and mini fridge on the edge of a lake. No swans this time but fish and kayakers. Have dinner out in one of the very neat mall/squares they have here. Wednesday - We start the day with the nature hike around the campground, looking for bird boxes and maybe birds. Get to see a kestrel with its lunch. ...
Rita's – It’s 5 O’clock Somewhere
Folly Beach, SC
If you are looking for a restaurant on Folly that you can go from bathing suit to lunch or dinner then Rita’s Seaside Grille is the place for you.
Rita’s may be one of the new kids on the block when it comes to restaurants on Folly Beach, but the 'wander on in’ atmosphere will make you feel like you’ve been looking for your lost shaker of ...
Whistlin' Dixie at Lost Dog Café
Folly Beach, SC
If you ask anyone on Folly Beach, tourist or local, for a good place to eat, the one restaurant that is consistently named is the Lost Dog. When Carol Kruehr’s golden retriever Hocus pulled a disappearing act on Kiawah Island years ago it gave her the inspiration she needed for the name of her new restaurant.
Hocus was successfully ...
"Some Beach, Somewhere"
Locklear's on Folly
I don't know about you but lately I’m feeling a little beachy. Don’t get me wrong, I still have the Christmas spirit but lately I’ve been cold to the bone, and I’ve been wishing I were on some beach, somewhere.
One of my all time favorite beaches is on the island of Folly Beach, South Carolina and the seaside experience is as much about those special southerners and their way ...
... the city. Joel really enjoyed the walking, so much so that he purposely left his wallet at the hostel just so we could walk 20 minutes out of our way to get it.
Our days were spent wandering the picturesque, cobblestoned streets of Charleston. We visited the Fort Sumter museum to top up on our "War between the States" history, the Charleston market place and finished off with a visit to the somewhat shocking slave trading museum. ...