Courtyard by Marriott North Charleston Airport/Coliseum
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Good morning - July 10th
The maiden voyage for El Nido ends today. The skipper flys home to Calgary tonight, our baby is all cleaned and closed up until November.
Bryan said they showed up right at 8am very prompt! El Nido will stay in the Charleston Boatyard which is up the Wandoo River until ...
... tasted like vanilla ice cream with caramel and it sort of looked like beer with a white head if just not as foamy as the real beer. People watching again allowed the time to pass in quite a fast and pleasant way. Had it been warmer it wouldn't have been so bad really. The queue moved quickly but it was long. Like being in a labyrinth and I would have liked to know how long distance we covered! The cold had a negative impact on our bladders. I tried not to think about it but ...
... there was also a live presentation of the gullah culture. drayton house was the other plantation that we went to. it is the only one with the orginal house on it (about 300 years old). it was not furnished. the architecture was interesting. and outside a tour guide was presenting disturbing history facts about slave life.
we explored historic downtown charleston by foot and horse and carriage, and car. i can ...
... way. A highlight was finding a small restaurant/wine merchant run by Canadians. Brilliant selection of wine including dispensing machines like Queenstown NZ. The old town part of Charleston is quite well preserved with narrow streets on a grid. Plenty of opportunity for June's retail therapy ...
... the next morning we discovered we had an unwanted lodger - the first of four cockroaches in the apartment we stayed in for 3 nights.
As has become our pattern now, we arrived in Charleston to warm sunny weather but by the next day it had turned cloudy and distinctly cold.
Time to move on again, but only a few hours down the road - savannah, 100 miles further south in the state of Georgia. This time by ...