After getting settled in, we decided to walk down to the river and eat at a casual place called Huey’s on the River. It was delicious!
Steve and I love raw oysters, but we’d never had them steamed. They’re messy and look as if they’ve just been scooped up from the swamp, but they were plump and tasty. Yes, we do tend to be adventurous eaters — within reason.
Steve had the shrimp and grits. He said it was great.
The place Savannah most reminded us of at that point was Guayaquil, Ecuador — just not so hot. We couldn’t help but remember the Malecon and the many great volunteer teams that flew into the airport and began or ended their mission project in that city. We found similarities to New Orleans, of course, too. Our impressions expanded the more we explored.