I’ve visited Hilton Head for my entire life at least once a year. It’s the same, simple, undistracted vacation each time: unwinding, bike riding, beaching, eating, swimming, laughing, hanging, shopping, antiquing. It’s just a beautiful, non-flashy destination to truly relax and connect with family. In my baby days, sand was my dining option of choice….
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Do you love taking photos? A few years ago (seven, if you are dying to know the exact number) I got a DSLR camera to take photos of my brand-new baby boy. And then the avalanche of photography envy began as I started comparing my amateur photos with the pro’s photos, quickly making the assumption…
Let’s get the obvious out of the way: ordering clams in butter garlic sauce is really just an excuse to get grilled bread to dip in it. And this crunchy buttery concoction from Big Tuna Raw Bar in Georgetown was on point. Especially paired with the rosè, which was only $6. Over the weekend, my…
You don’t need to be an extreme downhill skier to have fun with a GoPro
Hook and Barrel will be your new favorite seafood restaurant in Myrtle Beach.
Adventurous. Outdoorsy. Pretty scenery. Bonding. Exercise. Try something new. Justify my impulse buy of the GoPro.
All reasons to try kayaking in Hilton Head.
Savannah’s streets are lined with gorgeous homes with such distinct details, it’s like an architectural art gallery. Intricate ironwork, bold door frames, script-like window designs, and grand columns grace street after street, making a walking tour of the town a visual treat.
Known as the South Strand, the seaside towns of Murrells Inlet, Litchfield Beach, and Pawley’s Island offer a more quaint, less commercialized experience on the coast complete with pre-civil war history, Lowcountry restaurants, and plenty of shopping and nature to go along with the requisite Southern charm.