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Link Posted: 6/25/2023 7:59:00 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By TEXASROOTERSBROTHER:
The tea plantation was one of the high points the first trip to Charleston.

The equipment and the techniques to get the different teas was very informative. I love good tea and that was some great tea.
I’m sure it is hotter than hell now and getting hotter but being from the gulf coast we are used to that.
Hope to go back soon.
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I learned a lot, had no idea all the main varieties of tea come from the same plant species.
Link Posted: 9/6/2023 11:28:28 AM EDT
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We cancelled last years trip to Charleston due to hurricane and went to Delaware and Gettysburg, Lancaster in PA. We're going to try again end of this month. Might avoid the harbor this time. We got lucky when our sunset harbor cruise tix got refunded. Tea plantation, market, Tatooed Moose, Angel Oak tree and pineapple fountain still in the plans. One thing I would like to try is a cigar shop. Any good ones worth a trip nearby?
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