Extended Stay America - Charleston - Airport
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... watching TV. It continued to stay cold as we left to join Jan Luck for dinner at the Rabuses favorite restaurant in Venice, Blu' Island Bistro. It's the number two rated restaurant in Venice and was very cute but I couldn't eat my argentine shrimp ( Asian sauce maybe?) and jerry said his elk was tough. But lots of good conversation as we heard about Jan's house hunting in Venice. Then early to bed for an early morning ...
... contraindicated. n short, I was not in the best of shape and both Maggie and I decided reassess our situation.
With plans made in Florida, Wisconsin and Washington, and with plane tickets already purchased for Christmas with families, visits with friends, and various travel modalities at play, we have decided to return on the boat to Oriental where she has a permanent slip (read, no rental). We will return to Melbourne by rental car ...
... spending some time on the water. My last stop for today takes me out to the harbor for a sunset cruise. As we head out of the harbor we have a fantastic view of the Ravenel Bridge, iconic to the area and referred to by some as the "Golden Gate of the South". The bridge really is striking, driving across the Cooper River and passing below the twin diamonds of the bridge is spectacular. We circle around to view the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point, ...
... and lull up the fenders (my job) the journey is only 7 miles to new marina for storage.
Its been a wild month we have seen so many great things, witnesses all kinds of weather and really have learned so much about El Nido and life aboard a yacht. I have many lessons learned which I'll post later so we remember :-)
We traveled a total of 1168 NM and El. Nido managed it all with ease...a few ...
... the most part, has the least painful past of the ones we visited. It is a story of love, faithfulness and loyalties. Even today, descendants of the original slaves, lovingly work the grounds and are proud of their work and loyalties to the descendants of the original owners.
Hopefully, the pictures here can convey such ...