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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" ...
It's another beautiful day in Charleston and we started with a nice breakfast before we set off to Savannah. We drove west on Hwy 17 to Beaufort SC where arrived in the early afternoon for a Latte and pastry at Common Grounds a coffee place at the waterfront park. The town's old historic area is getting ready for the annual Shrimp Fest this weekend so there were many vendors setting up in ...
... On our second day in Savannah we managed to meet a number other Australians with interesting stories. Visiting a beautiful historic home which is now a museum - the Telfair Academy, one of the attendants recognised our accents and told us about a coffee place owned by an Australian. And of course you know that a coffee place is always of great interest so we (Helen,Clive, Chris and Richard) headed there to check it out. Lori is the owner, she is Australian, ...
... his "box o'chocolates" in the movie, which was pretty cool! After the walk we made our way to a beautiful looking fountain, were it was decided we would be having our first group photo, which turned out pretty well :)
another thing i remember from savannah, although i cant quite work out when it happened! I think maybe before the group photo, we went to a pretty well known place to eat in savannah which is always really busy, it is like a family ...
the slower pace of Savannah compared to Charleston while it still has the
beauty we found in Charleston with their architecture and massive Spanish moss
covered oak trees…oh, and the most friendly people. I’ve never been called ma’am
so much in my life (and not sure how I feel about it)! I have to give a shout out
to one of my new favorite retail shops I discovered. It’s called Savannah Belle
on the riverfront….alot ...