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Travel Blogs from Brunswick
... Isles(group of four barrier and the mainland port city of Brunswick).
We started by having lunch with Vikas and Anjali's friend's in St Simon Island at the Tup Tim Thai restaurant. I haven't had such good thai food in a while. While waiting for everyone to arrive, Vikas and I strolled into a local beer shop where they brew their own beer and also we can buy draft beer in Growlers(portable beer bottles).
Then we headed to the Beach ...
... for spanish moss (clothing, mattresses, packing wounds, etc) so we wandered off and sat with the wild horses for a while (photos). There were horses everywhere. The Dungenous grounds were the main tourist attraction at the island. The plantation house was built before the Civil War by the Carnegie family and houses anywhere between 200 and 500 people before it was burnt down by poachers in the 1950's (photos).
Its crunch time on our trip. With only a few days left and a lot of miles to go, we need to pack our days with lots of touring. Today we left Charleston and made a quick pit stop at a local flea market so Eric could look for a souvenir used book. Lots of interesting items and people at the warehouse. Then it was on to Georgia! After winding through Lowcountry South Carolina we finally made it to the Peach State and headed out to the coast. ...
... Our sunshine has turned liquid the past few days, but this is the rainy season in these parts. When tropical storm, Andrea, moved across the region, we were at Ortega Landing Marina in Jacksonville safe and sound. The marina is advertised as a “hurricane hole” because of its protected location on the Ortega River away from the Atlantic Ocean. We learned that the last hurricane to hit the area around Jacksonville was in 1964. Since we ...
... job done – it was real ‘boys’ stuff.
When we left (really don’t enjoy Goodbyes), we headed North sticking as much as we could to the coast. We were really following the Spring and the bight greens of the new leaves plus the purple Wisteria and various coloured Azaleas were so incredible to see.
Next proper stop was Savannah (with a night in a Walmart car park in between). ...
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