Travel Blogs from Swainsboro
We are back to the 4 campers that we began with. The others left on Saturday and Sunday morning. We decided to go into the town of Vidalia to see the movie Gravity. We ate dinner at Ruby Tuesday's which was directly in front of the theater. We walked to the theater and apparently looked like we were not locals. Maybe it was because we were all in shorts and flip flops.
While waiting on ...
... the door by 10:30. The weather had been slightly overcast and in the high 60's. I thought this would be the perfect day to hit the road to Kackleberry Farms in Louisville, Georgia. We had been there before for Halloween where we picked pumpkins, but we had never been for the Easter Eggstravaganza. So as we hit the road the trip was much smoother this time as when we went through the town of Harlem there ...
... a few photos and then they boys played alot of computer games all evening while myself and Michelle continued chatting. Now its morning and I have had an amazing nights sleep. Ashton and his family have been incredibly hospitable to us and we have had a lovely time. Now its off to Orlando, my turn to drive. It could be a Loooonnngggg day.
All for now,
... before going on the road trip.
We all had a fantastic night and it was very refreshing to not have to walk anywhere or cook anything for a night, even with the drive to Florida looming the next day. For whatever reason we didn't take our cameras with us (stupid! - Ben) so we don't have any pictures!
Oh! We also ate peaches. Yum. 'Nother challenge down.
... on the plane we got as much rest as possible.
It was with some anticipation that we landed at Incheon Inter-national Airport (voted #1 by travelers - Skytrax, 2009). It is visually and ascetically pleasurable. There are elegant cultural touches throughout. We enjoyed the two hour respite. Certainly an opportunity to stretch all mayor body parts. Then on to Beijing (less than a 2 hour flight). ...
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