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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
... of the city more interesting.
The Yamacraws, a Native American tribe, were the first known people to settle in and around Savannah. In the 18th century, under their leader Tomochichi, they met the newly arriving European settlers, having had no previous contact with English colonists. James Oglethorpe, a colonial representative of King George II to the American colonies, was sent to create a buffer south of the Savannah River to protect ...
... crowds and heat (though do bring mosquito repellant, no escaping them) to enjoy the quiet and solitude of wandering through the lanes that divide the cemetery into sections. The statues are works of art, touching, haunting and beautiful. After the last few days of walking, take a few hours to rest beachside on Tybee Island. This roughly 2 and a half mile island is only a 15 minute drive from Savannah but feels miles away! Relax on the long stretches of ...
... parts. We next headed into Colonial Park Cemetary, where we played with some Spanish moss that had fallen from the trees. The cemetary was lovely, ery well maintained and pretty, and there were a few people wandering through in the sunshine. We left and headed back through a residential area on the way to the car park as the sun began to set - the houses were absolutely stunning, with lots of wrought ironwork decoration, wooden shutters and flags. ...
... this is the original. Even the old bank valt is down in the tavern, which where they now keep their wine.
I guess that about wraps up this blog, but I can't help but say how great it's all going so far. The thing that's making this trip is the people. They are all just so darn nice we can't believe it. Every local we chat with loves us. They don't seem to get many Aussies and Kiwis down this way so we feel special.
Y'all come back now, ya hear.