Comfort Inn On The Ocean
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Upon arrival at our campground in Mount Pleasant, outside of Charleston, South Carolina, the tent was set up, and we left to start exploring the highlights of Charleston. We hadn't had lunch yet, so we headed towards the Oceanside and found an interesting place, the Windjammer, on the beach at the Isle of Palms. After a delicious lunch of burger and beer, we decided to visit the nearby Fort Moultrie. It was one of the 3 forts that guarded ...
... still very rough. We did see some surfers trying their luck earlier but it was very choppy and they weren't getting much..
Lunch was at Awful Arthur's again as the food is really good.
Everyone went down the beach to do a little tanning, but because I didn't really sleep much overnight, I thought I would have a nanna nap. I crashed for about 90 mins which did me some ...
... re not going to be fluent in Chinese before you head out to see the Great Wall. Most places that cater to tourism will have plenty of English speakers. If not it's fun to play charades.
Safety is really just a matter of not being stupid. Don't be stupid. Don't walk around alone in dark alleys at night. Don't get wasted and separate yourself from your friends. If you're not quite sure, it's probably a sketchy situation. Don't leave your passports and ...
... We drove the Honda south to visit 3 lighthouses and see the lower part of the Outer Banks. Most lighthouses had Fresnel lenses when they were built. In 1822 a Frenchman named Augustin Fresnel invented the lens that looks like a giant bee hive with a light in the center. Some were as tall as 12 feet. Tests showed that an open flame lost nearly 97% of it's light, and a flame with reflectors behind it still lost 83% of it's light. The ...
We were able to walk each distance for the first four flights the Wright Brother's took. We have fantastic pictures and will get them posted as soon as we can. Hopefully one of these campsites we are at will have a descent connection to be able to upload pictures.
The Wright Brother's were definitely brave. I don't think I could have gotten on one those planes they built and taken flight.