Charleston City Market. I feel a bit guilty because I told a lady there I'd go back at the end of the day to buy one of her drawings... and I didn't. I got distracted by the book shop down the street.
Oh no. Oh no no no no no. No. This is for the children? What are you doing to the children, America?
a) These look so questionable that I really would not feel comfortable seeing them in a child's mouth. b) No nitrites, preservatives or artificial flavours? You've convinced me! These ARE a good food choice, after all! c) I think I need a bucket.
The carriage house and slave quarters at the Aiken-Rhett House. I just like how I caught the sun beams. Also, definitely see this place if you're ever in Charleston. Great 45 minute self-guided audio tour, with lovely people working there.
Starbucks Coffee Frappuccino. Okay, so I completely boycotted Starbucks when it was in Australia, and now I feel sad inside. This was actually incredibly yummy. Americans knows their sweet treats inside out.
What was I just saying? Also, please cast your eye to the left of the middle shelf. Those are, indeed, frozen desserts where you microwave the ice cream portion. Methinks disaster lurks for the unconscientious eater.
Hannah. Writer, editor, firm believer in socks, gin, laughter, buttered toast, cheesecake, and semicolons. Currently back in Canberra after two years living in Canada; heart tingling to see what happens next.