Right now I'm in the "middle" of Georgia. In a town called Perry right on the I-75. We are staying at the Howard Johnson on the 136 exit. For $65.97 a night [tax included] you get HBO, free high speed internet [yey!!], shower, indoor pool, little fridge, iron w/table, microwave, table w/chairs and two full beds. I think that is a great deal for all that for just a night. The sun finally set up at 9:30pm all tired up we found this place.
[by the way all this photos here were taken by me/Reavel]
Now this are some of the towns we covered while in Georgia: Augusta, Suwanee and Athens. All this towns are very different in their own way but still very similar. They are calmed, people are very friendly. still you have to watch out for the normal racism in some areas [sorry but all the places I went to they all mentioned this in a low key remember it is the south]. Suwanee is the closest to Atlanta but we didnt got there. Many will say that it is kind of boring cause it is too quite but I liked it because of that same reason. Still when you are from Puerto Rico at some point you will miss all the crowded places and noises all around you.
Other things I did learned is that you dont mess with the GeorgiaDogs. Bulldogs are the best thing ever down here. They are the mascot of all the athletic department of the University of Georgia. If you don't know the history of this university you should give it a try cause it goes all the way back to 1785. You end up loving the bulldog and you will see him EVERYWHERE. Other thing you will see around a lot are peaches. All over town. They even have a festival for them. Georgia is known as the "Peach State" because of the growers' reputation for producing the highest quality fruit. The peach became the official state fruit in 1995. [more info]
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