There's no denying the natural beauty of South Carolina?especially when you're floating 10,000 feet above it, unable to string together a complete sentence between your screams. Though this may seem like an extraordinary circumstance, it's just another day at work for the professional instructors at South Carolina Skydiving, who strap themselves to first-time skydivers and jump out of planes high above Charleston and Myrtle Beach.
But don't worry: before all that happens, beginners are given full briefings with tutorials on how to maintain proper form. In fact, for people who make a living by free-falling to earth, these guys are as risk-averse as it gets. They impose strict weight limits, work only with high-grade equipment, and refuse to skydive when lions are present.
With their combined powers of subconscious suggestion, Rich and Elizabeth Wylde captivate their volunteers and delight their audiences during comedic hypnosis shows. At each performance, 12?20 volunteers take a seat onstage, where they are lulled into a peaceful trance. At the Mild show, these participants may find themselves joining the Russian ballet, forgetting their names, or turning into a celebrity. The Fusion show rides the line between mild and wild, while a mild show might involve someone talking to their belly-button. The Wild show presents the most personal situations of all?someone might be made to believe that he is the first man in the world to give birth.
Oak trees and waterways shape the scenery at Indigo Creek Golf Club, which sculpts a 6,747 yard layout through the heart of Carolina Lowcountry?just a stone's throw south of Myrtle Beach. Pine trees also fleck the bermuda grass fairways, their spindly trunks impeding the passage of errant golf balls. Throughout the round, golfers should keep their eyes out for wildlife, so as not to miss a photo op or the territorial heron that mistake golf balls for lost eggs.
Course at a Glance:
* 18-hole, par 72 course
* Length of 6.747 yards from the tips
* Course rating of 72.9 from the tips
* Slope rating of 140 from the tips
* Four tee options
Enjoy traditional American cuisine at TGI Friday's, home of American comfort food.
None of the fare at TGI Friday's is low-fat, so you'll have to put the diet aside for a visit here.
Put the suit away when heading to TGI Friday's — dress is casual, as are the vibes.
A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the diners at your next shindig.
TGI Friday's is serving up five-star food at a reasonable price.
Chow down on breakfast, lunch, or dinner fare at TGI Friday's — they're open for all three meals.
Positioned in the heart of a triangular expanse with Charleston, Myrtle Beach, and Columbia at each point, the Andrews Airport serves as the departure site for Skydive Georgetown's freefalling adventures. Experienced skydivers latch themselves and their parachutes to patrons, and, when the soaring aircraft reaches the peak of its trajectory, both plummet into the open atmosphere. Adrenaline junkies hurtle toward the earth at up to 120 miles per hour while staffers commemorate the journey with videos or photos.
Habaneros seamlessly fuses the camaraderie and fun of a lively sports bar with the spicy, flavorful feasts of a Mexican restaurant, treating guests to cocktails, beers, and live bands, as well as pillow-size burritos and savory tacos. Guests sip frosty margaritas and watch soccer on flat-screen TVs on the sunny tiki patio, or dig their fingers and forks into meals of fish tacos, pork carnitas, and cheesy nachos.