Sun, Sand, Surf and Dolphins

Tuesday morning we went out on a boat with Captain Mike’s Dolphin tours and looked for dolphins.  This was my absolute favorite thing I did on our trip.  I enjoyed being out on the boat and enjoying the water.  I would love to go back and do it again.

The tour boat would go out find a shrimp boat and follow it.  The dolphins would also follow the shrimp boats, because when the boats dumped the extra stuff they picked up while catching shrimp, that’s what the dolphins would eat.

I took picture after picture, trying to capture on film the dolphins, but it just didn’t happen.  The lady that was the tour guide for the dolphin tour said she has never gotten one on film either, and she’s been a tour guide for many years.  She said to take video. avorite thing I did on our trip.  We saw lots of dolphins and I really enjoyed the ride in the boat and our tour guides.


After our  tour we ate at the Crab Shack.  This was the view from our table.  While we were waiting on our food a dolphin swam past the pier.  It was very cool.

I ate boiled shrimp and a celery soup with blue crab in it.  It was ok.  I don’t think I’m a huge fish person.

We spent the next three hours at the beach on Tybee Island.  The girls played in the water, buried each other in the sand then back in the water they would go.


For supper that night we ate at the Pirate House.  It used to be like a truck stop where the pirates could take a bath.  The pirates would also kidnap anyone that wasn’t a pirate that came into this establishment.  It’s also supposedly haunted.  A lot of places in Savannah are supposedly haunted.

This restaurant is built around the oldest house in Georgia.  It was built in 1734.  It’s called the Herb House.

I ate pecan crusted tilapia that night.  It was very good.






One Response to Sun, Sand, Surf and Dolphins

  • robin says:

    I remember the haunted thing about Savannah, kinda weird. I’m glad you took the girls to eat at so many interesting places!

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