Tag: pirates

  • Historic Charleston is rife with PIRATES

    We killed 2 birds with one stone and everyone was happy (fabulous parenting moment for me!). We went on the Charleston Walking Pirate Tour and learned about the cities sordid pirate past as well as got to see and experience much of the historic architect. We managed to do a 2 hour walking tour with no […]

  • Plunder & Pillage with Pirates in St. Augustine

    The St. Augustine Pirate Museum was a great place to spend a rainy morning. It is a small yet highly interactive and highly engaging museum that suits both kids and adults. Hunter is a major pirate fan and was bouncing from here to there and back through the whole thing. They give the kids a treasure […]

  • St. Augustine – North America’s oldest city

    St. Augustine was founded in 1565 and has the title of the oldest city in North America. It is a fairly small city (population approx 30,000) and it is packed with historic buildings and sights. We had originally planned to stay a week and spend our days surfing and sightseeing. A cold front blew in with […]