Travel Blogs from Port Aransas
En partant de San Antonio, nous arrêtons à Corpus Christi et après une visite au visitor center nous décidons de camper sur l'ile Padre Island. Le camping est dans un state park et sur le bord de la mer. C'est très tranquille et la plage est déserte même s'il fait plus de 35 degrés, 44 humidex!. Nous restons 3 jours.Nous devons utiliser l'air climatisé pour réussir à dormir! Pardon d'être arrogante!
The morning started as overcast and windy, but by 9:00 it
was sunny but still windy; as we found out later in the day a 15 MPH breeze is
normal. After a good pancake breakfast
we headed into Corpus Christi and the USS Lexington aircraft carrier
museum. This was a WWII carrier that
operated in the South Pacific. There
were many parts of ...
Saturday May 5, 2012
Today started with the decision
to stay at this campground an extra day, and leave on Monday. With the extra time I decided that this would
be the perfect time to wash the camper.
Valerie decided that this would be the perfect time to do some
laundry. After lunch we drove over to
Port Aransas out on the barrier island, part of the trip required a short ferry
Today was to be one where we spent minimal time on the interstate highways.
We left Galveston by going south along the coast to Surfside Beach then west
on Rt 332. At state road 2004 we headed south towards "Brazoria Wildlife Refuge,"
expecting to see an area “public friendly,”, but all we found was an unpaved gravel road.
After traveling on the gravel road for about 5 miles ...
Getting a slower start this morning we traveled back to Galveston to continue down the coast, one thing for sure our beaches so far look a lot better than the ones here. The houses that are along the beach are all up on tall pilings. There are really not that many compared to what we see at home. Most of them are newer, I guess that the Hurricanes ...