|Shark Week...hoo ha ha!|
The touch tank was one of the best parts. I got to hold a sea urchin and pet a stingray! Pablo and I even got to experience the hurricane tunnel. Um, it was a little windy.
|Pablo met a raccoon!|
|spiny sea urchins|
|petting a horseshoe crab too|
|Pablo and I in the mouth of a fish!|
|Pablo and I do everything together|
|there are some sleeping lemurs in the background high up in a tree. |
we were trying to get their attention!
|hurricane winds! Don't blow away Pablo!|
After all that excitement, it was time to leave Charleston and head to Myrtle. And it was time for lunch on the way! We decided to swing in to Pawley's Island at Quigley's Pint & Plate. We've been here a couple times before during previous vacations and have had a variety of southern food...shrimp and grits, fried green tomatoes, fried chicken, blue crab dip. This time we opted for simple dishes to fill the tummies.
A Steak sandwich with sliced London broil, caramelized onions, and gorgonzola cheese on a toasted ciabatta roll, served with fries. Very tasty, a little greasy and messy, but hey, it is a burger. Juicy meat, sweet onions, sharp cheese, and a toasty bun. What's not to like?
And a catfish po'boy with cornmeal crusted catfish, lettuce, tomato, and caper-tartar sauce on a crusty French roll, also served with fries, of course. Light and fresh veggies on a warm crispy flaky catfish! And the creamy tart tartar sauce perfectly topped it off! Good comfort food sandwich. Would definitely order this again!
We were a little tired and ready for the beach at this point, so it was a nice lunch stop. And just as we were about to leave the restaurant to finish our trek to the beach...it began to pour down rain!! Stay tuned on what happened next!
Pablo gave Quigley's 3 ants. Good food but nothing outstanding. Still Pablo-approved!