Quail Run Lodge
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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" ...
... farewelled by neighbours Jackie & Jorg and Margaret & Tim, making our way to the ferry in time for 9.30am sailing. (Yes Margaret- it was 9.30am, not 10am, and we only just made the departure time).... Calm flat seas to mark their 50 years service to the day, with a commerative '50 year' badge for the passengers that day. A two hour sailing and we were in Lewes-
a quaint little seaside village. Now back in the ...
... even if it kept the bugs out. The fans only pushed around the hot air. Needless to say, it was a very long day. And yikes! The boat was taking on more water and was making very loud noises that we knew were not good. And we were literally in the middle of no where so we were had no choice but to continue. And so we did. Turns out the scenery was awesome and we quickly fell in love with the low country vista. Just not the bugs.
It was under these circumstances (tense, tired, ...
... beer, is food - I had the best pizza so far this trip - thick, juicy and full of toppings - we then got talking to a Nashville couple and me and Janos again recounted our journey across the states and future trips whilst they talked about Antarctica - I'm not sure how that happened. After a full day we returned to our motel and Janos watched his favourite tv programme and I wrote to a few people back home. What a great day (again). ...
... to preserve it from weather and possible robbery. All that is left to show the famous location is a yellow cable around an area, showing where it stood. Also along the lines of movies, when we were in Charleston, we missed out on going to the Boone plantation. This was where Noah and Ally stay for a while in the Notebook. You know it, the big veranda and the stunning driveway. Again, if you haven't watched The Notebook, drop what you're ...