It looks like we’re going to reach exactly 91 posts of Savannah. That’s in addition to over 1200 photos! It’s been a very busy three months. If you’d like to get a print of one of our photos, or get a license for printing a magazine or another use, just get in touch with us!
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January 27, 2011 at 1:13 pm Comment (1)
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We are into our last three weeks in Savannah. Our flights to Buenos Aires have been booked and we are working out the last logistics before we have to leave; but at the same time we have a lot left to see and do! So without further ado, here are some more random pictures from Savannah and Tybee Island.
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January 11, 2011 at 4:06 pm Comments (4)
I’ll admit it. I was already partial to Captain Mike’s Dolphin Adventure, out on Tybee Island, because I like anything featuring my own name. Mike & Ike’s? Love them. Delicious. Michael Jackson? The greatest ever. Mike the Headless Chicken? Come on! Mikes rule.
So it was no surprise to discover that Captain Mike’s Dolphin Adventure was totally awesome. On our hour-long journey into the ocean, we saw probably over 100 dolphins. Seriously. They were likely the same dolphins over and over again, but well over 100 “sightings”. Jumping dolphins, playful dolphins, double & triple dolphins. One dolphin swam right alongside our boat, and I swear he was looking at me. I named him “Mike”.
The woman leading us out was great, too. While she was sharing fun dolphin facts, she’d keep yelling out where to look next. “Did you know that — 3-O’CLOCK! — dolphins sleep with one side of their brain — TWO JUMPIN, 11-O’CLOCK! — active at a time?” I don’t know how she spotted them so quickly, but her eyes were always at least a couple seconds ahead of mine.
We had an amazing time. Check out the videos and pictures we were able to capture… Dolphins are so freaking cute. And at just $15 per adult, the tour is a great deal.
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December 13, 2010 at 5:00 pm Comment (1)