Hampton Inn Charleston North
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... happen? I'll be a complete disaster, won't be able to stand up on the board, will fall right off if I do get up, will look ridiculous. So what! I've never been invited to paddle board before, may never get a chance to try it again...let's go!
We head out to the beach with my faithful expedition photographer documenting every step of the way. Tracey is a wonderful teacher and before I know ...
Yesterday we mostly just hung out at the beach house and on the beach. It was a much needed day of relaxation after our travels the day before. Today we went to see downtown Charleston with Branden, Allison and baby Holden. We had lunch at famous Hominy Grill and had a delicious meal. The most notable meal was Ashtins. It was a biscuit split with a piece of fried chicken between with white cheddar cheese. All topped with sausage gravy! After lunch we tools stroll ...
The experiences are coming thick, fast and unexpectantly... I have met a fantastic group of people at the hostel and the last four days have been filled with lots of laughter, beer and engaging conversations. If at some point the following people - Jonas, Charlie, Ben, Lisa and Veronica - are reading this I want to thank you for your sharing your days with me... We sit around on the top veranda of the hostel most of time, talking, laughing and sharing food and drink. We have hit ...
We left Lexington on Friday morning 9am heading to Asheville in North Carolina on Interstate 75, in a roughly southeast direction. The gps said it was a 4.45hr trip of 284 mls. It was!
The countryside was mainly forest - looking different to us Kiwis as it's deciduous forest which turns in the fall to provide the wonderful autumn colours, but in leaf looks like English trees (like oaks to my uneducated eye!) There has been a lot of extra rain in the ...
... where cars, pedicabs and horse drawn tour wagons co-exist. I don’t think I would want to live here, but it was interesting to visit. Then back to our hotel to wait for the arrival of our guest of honor.
The evening with Max was a hoot. He played with Beamer like they were old friends. He got a meal and a bath and he finally fell asleep at 8:30. Lots of fun. Made for a good night’s sleep. ...