Treasure Island

john tiong chunghoo

(Jan 21,1960 / NEW YORK)

Travel Haiku - Pawleys Island (South Carolina)


Evans Pelican Inn
from a prewar beach house
a burst of spring laughter

Evans Pelican Inn
a prewar beach house
seals our love for privacy

Pawleys Island
an entree to the day's adventure
a yummy southern breakfast

Spring is the time to visit South Carolina, when temperatures average between 68 and 83 degrees and humidity is low. Visit Pawleys Island, one of the country's oldest beach resorts, just south of the more crowded and developed Myrtle Beach. Stay at the Evans Pelican Inn, an antebellum beach house, and wake up to a Southern-style breakfast with biscuits, grits, and crab salad. Rent a bike and spend the day exploring this tiny barrier island or lay out on its four miles of beaches.

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2008
Edited: Friday, March 28, 2008
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