While Myrtle Beach is well-known for its bustling beach atmosphere, entertainment, golf and great food, the southern end of the 60-mile Grand Strand offers quiet beaches, wetlands, parks and quaint fishing villages.
(Published in Allegiant’s in-flight magazine, Sunseeker, Oct. 2016.) Click here to read article: the-quieter-side-of-mb-oct-2016
A Great 3-Day Escape to Myrtle Beach
Discover the quirky charms of South Carolina’s most popular family vacation destination.
(This story appears in the March 2016 issue of West Jet Air’s in-flight magazine and was written by Sandra Chambers.)
Myrtle Beach Pier at State Park. (Photo courtesy of VisitMyrtleBeach.com)
Myrtle Beach’s 97 kilometres of picturesque coastline, aptly called the “Grand Strand,” is most famous for its bustling beach atmosphere, replete with live entertainment, amusement parks, acclaimed seafood restaurants, great shopping and world-class golf. But the area also has a quieter side thanks to the beaches, wetlands and quaint fishing villages on its southernmost end. Take an extra- long weekend to explore both the upbeat and the serene sides of this beloved coastal area.
Read the story: THREE DAYS In Myrtle Beach OR check out the entire March issue of the magazine. This article can be found on pages 23-25.
Posted in Entertainment & shows, Family fun; aquariums, fishing villages, Food and Wine, Golf, Hotels / Resorts, Myrtle Beach, Nature, Ocean, Resorts, South Carolina, The Southeast
Tagged entertainment, hotels, miniature golf, Myrtle Beach, Ocean, Restaurants, West Jet Air inflight magazine
“Southern-Traveller Heads North” chronicles my recent trip to Maine, Nova Scotia, Quebec & Montreal. Today’s post continues with my third adventure in Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia. Because of high seas and winds we were not able to dock in Sydney the previous day.)
There’s so much to see on this tiny island of Nova Scotia that I had to make some difficult decisions since our time ashore was limited. Since I am a photographer, the ship’s shore excursions usually frustrate me because they only make one or two stops for photos. For that reason I arranged a tour with Tours by Locals, which I discovered is a worldwide network of independent local guides. (I highly recommend checking them out before your next trip–very reasonable prices also.) Continue reading
Posted in Canada, fishing villages, Nature, Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Uncategorized
Tagged Anne of Green Gables Tour, Cavendish, Charlottetown, North Rustico, Nova Scotia, PEI mussels, Prince Edward Island, red cliffs of Cavendish National Park