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... November the skipper will move her further South to Florida then over to the Bahamas for a day, it needs to leave the USA every 6 months - a tax issue! When we eventually move El Nido to Canada we will pay Canadian taxes we see no point in paying twice!
El Nido will remain in the water from November ...
... card which bounced after one transaction when we needed to do four for four people. Andreas called CBA and John had a talk in a very reasonable manner with Laurie. Annoying to say the least with a card that is declined whenever. Happened at the Universal Studios too but luckily not when John paid the entrance fee but when he was to buy Patrick the tie. Slept really poorly in the dump of the room where the fire alarm beeped every ten breaths. Not a soothing sound to fall asleep to. Not at ...
Well, we got up early, had our free breakfast, checked out and headed down the road, excited to arrive at our airbnb property, Dorothy's Gardens! Yes, a week in the low country in a three bedroom house on three acres with a pond and on a tidal marsh. Screened in porch, too! Yee-haw! Give me that country living!
Well, maybe not so much. We got off 95 and drove through many miles of basically nothing. Finally we found our destination, drove down the driveway in ...
... SC traffic jam and more freestyling on the backgrounds to get out of it. We stopped off at our hotel before returning to downtown Charleston to grab some dinner. Eric was finally able to get his oysters and we got our fill of some good southern cooking with hushpuppies with praline butter, shrimp and grits, and a seafood casserole served with red rice. We decided to walk off our dinner by perusing the artisan stands in the Market and was ...
... RV Road trip.They had spent the winter travel ling down to Florida and were now slowly making their way back home sat the spring arrived.
The trolley bus took us around town and you could see that there were lots of individual buildings, some of them quite old which gave a very laid back feel to the place. The town streets were quite narrow by US standards which gave a different feel.
We disembarked by the promenade and ...
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