Red Roof Inn Myrtle Beach Hotel - Market Commons
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... We rode in a helicopter for about 5 min for 40$ each. It was a quick ride but a great experience. After that we headed back to barefoot landing to see the tigers from T.I.G.E.R.S preservations. people were taking pictures holding the tiger but that was 100$. We just decided to look at the cub tigers through the glass. That was a nice experience. They were very playful. ...
We loved this anchorage. Under-rated in the guide books. we swam; went ashore
and have great sunset and sunrise moments. This will be our last night in North Carolina, tomorrow we start our tour of South Carolina.
... different laws, one being that cars only seem to have a rear number plate. Some cars have a front plate, but 90% donīt.
I also needed to get some items looked at on the van (a roof vent I had open while reversing under a tree had snapped off and the roof aircon unit I had knocked while using a drive-through atm machine). In addition, the van needed a new battery and a few squeaks that needed to be fixed. To top it all, I also needed to find ...
... the water but too scary not knowing depths. Hopefully our boating trip tomorrow will be more fun.
8/13/15 - Thursday
North Myrtle Beach, SC Freedom Boat Club was our destination today. We got an 18ft
245 hp I/O cruiser/ski boat. There's nothing like going 45mph in a large bath tub! The Intracoastal waterway provided an interesting and fun time cruising between South & North Carolina. Mobs of jet skiers, as numerous as ants at a picnic and ...
... was a totally different experience in the dark! I felt like I was trapped in Alice in Wonderland or something. The tree frogs and crickets were singing like CRAZY! They sounded like aliens! Blake and I couldn't even hear ourselves think as we winded down the path and back to the campsite, hoping there weren't any alligators following us. We woke the next morning hot and sweaty, as it reaches 80 degrees around here well before 10 am and 90 by noon. Walking down the trail from our ...