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  • Deep South I traveled down south with a number of assumptions in mind, and the first one that shattered was the climate. Let me say this loud and clear: the deep south is not perpetual summer. We arrived April first in Atlanta Posted by madrugada in Destination (Un)known. | May 6, 2019
  • Ndutu: Lions versus giraffeI have a restless night, more awake and distressed than I am sleep. After around 15 minutes sleep, I wake up and have to sit upright to cough and blow my nose before lying down again trying to get some Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 14, 2017
  • SAVANNAHFAVOURITE PHOTO - SAVANNAH PHOTO COLLAGE - WE WERE TOTALLY ENCHANTED W Posted by aussirose in 2015 HK Canada USA Belize | Feb 8, 2017
  • Solo in SavannahI found myself in beautiful Savannah for a few days and decided to make the most of it, even though I was flying solo on this trip. I parked my car for three days and walked, trolleyed, and pedi-cabbed Posted by tammy_b in Our next great adventure... | Nov 15, 2014
  • Savannah The Great!!!Charming Savannah is the picture antebellum southern charm featuring oak-lined streets, some cobble streets and some of the most admired homes. Called 'The Southern Belle of the Georgia Coast,' Savannah, Georgia is enchanting, romantic, mysterious and int Posted by HappyWanderer in Travel is Good For the Soul | Jun 22, 2015
  • Week One: Hitting the roadThe first adventure (I broadly consider this sabbatical having three: road trip from Florida to NYC, visiting family in Rome and studying and traveling in Central America) is to visit my mother's sister, my Aunt Nancy and to pack up Posted by BettinaNYC in Breaking Away in 2014 | Apr 20, 2014
  • Savannah, GA and Florida Caverns State Park (Marianna, FL)Next up, Savannah. It was a bittersweet 2.5 days there; sweet because it's all dressed up with cute little parks in each section of the city, and bitter, because it was raining 90% of the time I was there. Lots Posted by muricadave in DC to LA | Apr 12, 2014
  • Getting back to NatureSeven years ago, on our very first overseas adventure together, we met two loca Belgian sisters with whom we spent a very fun week with in Cambodia. We only spent a few days together, but they proved to be such Posted by ladiesofleisure in A year or so of Misadventure and fun | Apr 27, 2013
  • 10 More Reasons to Visit SavannahMy Dearest Savannah, Thank you for beautiful sunny skies. Thank you for abundant parks filled with green, green grass and sleepy live oak trees draped in Spanish moss. Thank you for quiet cobblestone streets and brick sidewalks lined with quaint Posted by vicki_h in . | May 15, 2012
  • Timelapse: a day of roadtropping in under two minutesIn planning for this trip, I thought it might be a cool idea to do a timelapse video of our journey. We certainly wouldn't be the only people who've done this, but it would be a great way for us Posted by leviathant in ROADTROP | May 11, 2012
  • Savannah - Ye Olde TownYes, I've been slack, slack, slack - don't know where all the time has gone - its now only two days till I go home...................and on this blog I'm still stuck in Savannah. Oh dear.......... And I can't say that I've Posted by natty176 in Colonial USA | Nov 27, 2011
  • Savannah - River WalkUnusally I woke up first and Ana was dead to the world so I headed down to the breakfast by myself. It's in an inner courtyard with a glass roof all down in colonial outdoor furniture - really makes Posted by natty176 in Colonial USA | Nov 23, 2011
  • Charleston / SavannahHi there!!! Sorry I've been a bit slack - once Ana arrived, we flopped into bed after 10pm each night and I was too buggered to upload my photos!!! So back to Friday. Checked out reasonably early after packing my million Posted by natty176 in Colonial USA | Nov 23, 2011
  • Georgia and South Carolina: soaking up the oaks Anyway, back to the post – we drove through the middle of Florida for most of the day and arrived back at St Augustine as if we never left. We passed a bushfire on the way which was creating Posted by fee-marty in Aussie Nomads - The Road to Nowhere | Jul 14, 2011
  • Days Fourty - Fourty OneSavannah The first thing you see is the Spanish moss. It drips from the trees; old, beautiful, sultry, and seductive, just like the city itself. It is at once enchanting and mysterious Posted by sonnoz in MichaelSonia | Jul 7, 2011
  • Stunning SavannahToday I left Saint Augustine and Florida for Savannah, Georgia. On the way, I stopped briefly in Jacksonville, the largest city in Florida and which has had the most number of serial killings than any other city in the United Posted by mccardj in Jack's North American Adventure | Jun 7, 2011
  • Traveling the US East Coast IIApril 22, we’ve been here four days now and have yet to see Savannah proper so today we decide to drive into town. We drive past the historical district headed for the touted best tour company in town. Once Posted by JohnAndMaryAnn in 2011 Travels with Dolly and Big Red | Jun 2, 2011

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