Travel Blogs from Myrtle Beach
... course featuring dry ice and animatronic dinosaurs, a battle between father and sons resulted in a nail biting tie!
Taking a chance on the weather we paid a visit to the excellent minor league baseball stadium of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans and had a splendid evening with tickets very close to the action. And as ...
... the challenges of the local 'mini golf' courses. They are mini-golf courses like nothing we've ever seen before. One even has a volcano (about 25 feet high) that spews out pink water (simulated lava)!
Oh and I also spotted an alligator in the golf course lake just outside our condo this morning …
More news soon … hopefully tomorrow when the Internet connection is sorted.
Much love to all
... deck and we would go chasing after it.
The weather forecast thunderstorms for the rest of the night. We decided we had had enough of the hot and humid camping life in the south and booked out of our campground a night early last night, just before the storm. We are staying indoors for the next three nights in Savannah, and to leave wet gear locked up in a car for that long is not pleasant. So we made the executive decision to leave a ...
... 3rd was boring as it rained hard all day and we hunkered down at Craig's house to hide from the storm.
we wake up on the 4th to discover a beautiful day in the 70's!
We took Craig's golf cart, everyone uses golf carts to get around here, out to breakfast and then used it to get to the beach.
Had a great day hanging out at the beach with Craig, Ashleigh, and some of their friends.
Sydney and Justin ...
... for dinner somewhere near here tonight. Tomorrow we are off to Georgetown on route to Charleston.
After our workout at Golds Gym we enjoyed a lovely lazy day by the pool today our first full pool day on this trip and the last I'm sure so we took full advantage of it. Lots of happy American folk hanging ...