Friday Finds – Run to the Sun Car Show, Myrtle Beach


“The boys are back in town, the boys are back in town!” Anyone else remember this 1976 top hit song by the Irish Hard Rock Band, Thin Lizzy? Even though I was not born in that memorable era, my mind kept replaying that song as Jason and I attended the Run to the Sun Car Show yesterday at the Old Myrtle Beach Square Mall by the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.

Instead of the boys are back in town, let us change it to souped up corvettes, 1950s Hudson Hornets, and sleek red 1932 Ford Model B antiques. We had an awesome time exploring the 3,000+ vintage automobiles, trucks, and car part vendors. As Jason graciously put it, “It was if all my favorite matchbox cars were real and in one place.” His favorite was the sleek and black 1970s Dodge Challenger. Mine on the other hand was Elvis Presley’s Famous 1950s Pink Cadillac.

Do not worry that you missed out-the fun is only beginning. Today and tomorrow, the Pee Dee Street Rodders are back at it! The show location is at the Old Myrtle Square Mall located between 21st & 29th Ave. on Kings Highway. It is free entry for all nonparticipants and held between 8:00 AM-5:00 PM on both days. Not only will you be able go back in time as you explore renovated Volkswagen buses and exclusive Plymouth Superbirds, but you will have time to interact with the car owners themselves and enjoy delicious barbecue.


Run to the Sun Car Show is truly for everyone! Believe me, I know little to nothing about measuring torque, turbochargers, and engine displacement. Jason on the other hand knew almost every car model we passed by and a vast array of car lingo. Be ready to be enthralled by everything that the show has to offer!

There will be over $10,000 given away in prizes throughout the three day events. Also the proceeds from the Run to the Sun Car Show will go towards Children’s Miracle Network, Horry County Benevolent Fund, and Grand Strand Miracle League.  Last year alone they donated $97,000.00!


Now that the basics are covered, get ready to engage the clutch, turn on the engine, release the handbrake, and shift into the appropriate gear. Or you can just turn on your car and go into drive mode if you have an automatic automobile!


It’s time to ride into the Run to the Sun Car Show!


Run to the Sun Car Show Details:
Dates: Thursday, March 21, 2019- Saturday, March 23, 2019
Times: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Location: Former Myrtle Beach Square Mall (2501 N. Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577)

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Originally from New York, Alison Lashower moved to the Myrtle Beach area with her family twelve years ago. Gamecock at heart, she graduated from the University of South Carolina with a marketing and entrepreneurship degree in May of 2017. When Alison is not spending time taking photographs around the Myrtle Beach area, you can find her writing, dancing, or on some type of adventure. Fun fact, she just spent this past year living abroad in Cape Town, South Africa!

Friday Finds – Johnny D’s, Myrtle Beach

Last night you arrived into your beautiful condo rental in Myrtle Beach and today is your first official day of vacation! Waking up to the mesmerizing sunrise and beach sounds has your stomach starting to rumble. It’s breakfast time and you’re ready for your first taste in Myrtle Beach!

With over dozens of breakfast and brunch options along the Grand Strand, one might be overwhelmed in which one to choose. Our selection of choice is Johnny D’s Waffles & Bakery!

Chosen by the Food Network in 2018 as the Best Waffles in South Carolina, the restaurant(s) have taken the beautiful art of breakfast and lunch and perfected it into a worthwhile and memorable tasting experience!

Jason and I were able to visit Johnny D’s Waffles & Bakery Myrtle Beach location this past Monday morning. Immediately walking into the joint, we felt right at home with the comfortable beach styled interior and “diner vibe” feel.

As excited as Jason and I were to choose what tasty breakfast choice we wanted to try, we both were on a mission to see what all the hype was regarding the famous red velvet waffle! We chose it as our breakfast “appetizer.”  As the red velvet waffle made its way over to our table, our mouths started watering.

We suddenly became those people who started organizing the silverware and table appropriately to get a worthy instagram photo of this beaut! After a few minutes of just gazing upon this cream cheese icing, red velvet cake batter waffle goodness, we needed to see if it tasted as excellent as it looked. We split the waffle in half and dug right in.

The only word that I can come up with to explain this waffle is “unforgettable.” Believe me, this was unlike anything that I had ever tried. Jason just kept repeating, “It’s tough to believe that this is actually breakfast.” We now understand why Johnny D’s Waffles & Bakery was voted Best Waffle in South Carolina!

As you read this post, you may be thinking, “Glad you enjoyed this red velvet waffle, but is this all Johnny D’s Waffle has to offer?”

My answer would be a flat out no. The menu has over a hundred options ranging from premium breakfast omelettes, one-of-a-kind french toast treats, and classic eggs benedict. There are three available menus (early bird, breakfast, lunch) which can be viewed here.  For anyone with dietary specific restrictions, Johnny D’s Waffles & Bakery also offers a wide selection of gluten free options and recipes made with cage free eggs and antibiotic free chicken.  Jason, being the true southern breed gentleman that he is chose the classic Chicken & Waffles option. I tried the satisfying Turkey Delight Omelette.

While there, I also had the enjoyment of meeting with the renowned and lively Chef Jamie Daskalis! Originally from New York, Jamie began working in the culinary world from the ground up through her father’s four restaurants near the big apple. With over fifteen years of experience in the food industry and a degree in Baking and Pastry from the Culinary Institute of America, Jamie’s knowledge and passion for the trade expands far and wide.

When asked about what her favorite part is of heading Johnny D’s Waffles & Bakery, automatically she said, “the customer’s reactions!” Jamie is all about providing satisfaction, surprise, and excellence to everyone who walks through her doors.  She has personally chosen every item on the menu and is constantly looking to advance new menu options fit for her customers delight.

When not driving the Johnny D’s Waffles & Bakery train, you can find Jamie being a powerful activist for Autism Awareness in the community and spending quality time with her seven year old autistic son, James. In the restaurant, they are currently selling t-shirts and bracelets to raise support for two local organizations, Champion Autism Network and SOS Health Care. Learning more about Jamie and her amazing passions for the community made Johnny D’s Waffles & Bakery even more set apart from the other local restaurants in the area. When asked what is on the horizon, Jamie hinted at a new cookbook coming out in 2019 featuring over 90 recipes with less than 140 ingredients and a possible new business venture.

Now that you have a quick glimpse into the powerhouse behind the delicious restaurant and review of a few tasty options being offered, it’s time you actually have a taste for yourself!

We know your stomach is still grumbling and ready for some tasty breakfast on your next Myrtle Beach vacation. Treat yourself and head on over to one of the two Johnny D’s Waffles & Bakery locations in the Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach area. Jason and I might see you there!

Restaurant hours, information, and social media outlets are listed below.
Johnny D’s Waffles – Myrtle Beach Location: 33rd Ave North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 Hours: 6:30 AM-2:00PM

North Myrtle Beach Location: 3900 Hwy 17 South, North Myrtle, SC 29582 Hours: 6:30 AM-2:30 PM

Website: http://johnnydswafflesandbakery.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnnydswafflesandbakery/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnnydswaffles/?hl=en

Twitter: https://twitter.com/johnnydswaffles

About Alison Lashower

Originally from New York, Alison moved to the Myrtle Beach area with her family twelve years ago. Gamecock at heart, she graduated from the University of South Carolina with a marketing and entrepreneurship degree in May of 2017. When Alison is not spending time taking photographs around the Myrtle Beach area, you can find her writing, dancing, or on some type of adventure. Fun fact, she just spent this past year living abroad in Cape Town, South Africa!

Friday Finds – It’s Sugar! Myrtle Beach

It’s Sugar is a must stop on your next Myrtle Beach Vacation!

If you are looking to experience child-like euphoria on your next Myrtle Beach vacation, be sure to check out one of the most unique shops on the Grand Strand! Located at Broadway at the Beach and Barefoot Landing, It’s Sugar will have you landed right in the middle of sweet’s heaven.

Jason and I were able to visit It’s Sugar at Broadway at the Beach this past Wednesday during a mid-day snack break. Immediately upon entering, we felt like we had just entered into candy paradise! Huge boxes of Nerds, giant five pound edible gummy bears, and a large jelly bean wall were just a few of the items we first noticed. To say Jason and I were excited is an understatement!

Jellybean Heaven!

Everywhere we turned, we would be met with more and more captivating and colorful candy. Ranging from travel size sour patch kids candy perfect for the afternoon goody to giant one pound reese’s cups to share with the family, the options were endless. Believe me, Jason and I were ready to devour the chocolate malt balls and oversized rice krispy treats right there in the store. But through self-control, we were able to continue our adventure through candyland.

It’s Sugar also offers a variety of gifts perfect for their customers to surprise their loved ones with! Going with the theme of It’s Sugar “the bigger, the better”, we found gigantic cuddly stuffed bears, emoji pillows, and candy boxes sets. Along with that, their were traditional size candies such as M&M’s and Lollipop’s that you can take back to your vacation rental. It’s Sugar truly has something for everyone. The store is designed to bring out the child in every adult.

Even the locals love it!

It’s Sugar was originally founded in 2006 by Jeff Rubin in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Since then, It’s Sugar has expanded to over 100 locations throughout the country. This place is taking the candy retail industry to the next level.

Be sure to taste and relish in all the sugar you love on your next vacation to It’s Sugar in Myrtle Beach and be sure to book your stay with Palmetto Vacation Rentals. Your taste buds will be shouting a big thank you!

Alison Lashower, Marketing Associate

Originally from New York, Alison moved to the Myrtle Beach area with her family twelve years ago. Gamecock at heart, she graduated from the University of South Carolina with a marketing and entrepreneurship degree in May of 2017. When Alison is not spending time taking photographs around the Myrtle Beach area, you can find her writing, dancing, or on some type of adventure. Fun fact, she just spent this past year living abroad in Cape Town, South Africa!


Friday Finds – Top Golf Myrtle Beach

In this week’s thrilling edition of Friday Finds, your heroes visit a brand new attraction that is sure to lure  tons of golfers, families, and anyone looking to have a great time on their Myrtle Beach Vacation. Today, we visit Top Golf Myrtle Beach and get the scoop on this amazing venue.

Top Golf is more than a state of the art driving range, complete with micro-chipped golf balls, distance calculators, climate controlled bays, and everything golfers of all skills could desire – it’s a total entertainment complex! Before I delve into the details, let me first say one thing: This place is amazing! With so many features for every type of traveler, it’s easy to see why this is going to be a big hit with those looking for entertainment options outside their Myrtle Beach Condo Rental.

Top golf now has it’s 53rd location with the Myrtle Beach Venue. This over 55,000 entertainment complex has over 100 HD screens for sports enthusiasts, multiple bars, a chef-driven menu, and even a conference room for business outings. One of the best features is the comfortably seated patios that overlook nearby Broadway at the Beach. They play classic and contemporary music that adds to the entertaining ambience. Did I mention this place was amazing?

The staff is very informed, attentive, and promote having a great time in a safe environment. We spoke with their marketing manager, Mikayla, who expects big things for 2019. She let us know of upcoming events that include college nights, family specials, and themed celebrations. She also let us know of other locations coming this year to Greenville and even Dubai! Top Golf is going to be a big win for Myrtle Beach as yet another entertainment option for everyone.

Top Golf is located at 2850 Robert M. Grissom Parkway in Myrtle Beach. It’s easy to get to and right across from Broadway at the Beach. You can visit topgolf.com/myrtlebeach, facebook.com/myrtlebeach or @Topgolf on Twitter and Instagram.

Be sure to check out Top Golf Myrtle Beach on your next Myrtle Beach Vacation and book with Palmetto Vacation Rentals. 888-808-2788.

View our Top Golf visit HERE

Jason Coker is originally from the metropolis of Burlington, NC and is passionate about vacation rentals. Having served on the front lines of a premier vacation rental company, Jason has a great understanding of all aspects of this fantastic industry. An aficionado of music, sports, and all things geeky, Jason spends his free time performing music, grilling out, and relaxing with his son, daughter, and lovely wife, Amy.

Friday Finds – Hi-Fi Coffee Bar

In this week’s edition of Friday Finds, Alison and I made our way down the storied Myrtle Beach Boulevard where we visited a truly unique Myrtle Beach coffee shop. Hi-Fi Coffee bar started as a project for businessman, Chris Walker, who has a great love for art and nostalgia.

Everyone Loves INXS!

What makes Hi-Fi different than your run-of-the-mill coffee shop is the fantastic, comfortably retro aesthetic that makes you feel right at home. Here you’ll find a large collection of vinyl records (patrons can pick out and play at their leisure), a muli-cade arcade machine complete with Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Frogger, and more, and a hodgepodge of cassette tapes. You’ll also find framed album covers, and Atari 2600 cartridges, and even a 1980’s handheld football game. It’s all tastefully placed and never feels cluttered. What a great place to reminisce, unwind, or contemplate life’s mysteries!

Fresh Ingredients and Retro Decor

The atmosphere is all well and good, but let’s get to the real reason we visited today: The Coffee. Our barista Connor, was excellent in explaining the many options that they have and let us know that if we “Ever thought of being Mad Scientists, working as a barista is a great start!”. Soon, I saw what he meant as he went to work on my Caramel Frappe and Alison’s Coffee Frappe. Connor and his colleagues take great pride in producing the perfect cup for each order and it was entertaining to see the caffeine concoctions come to life. Boy did they ever! Both Frappes were better than anything we’ve had at that larger, ubiquitous coffee empire. Definitely Hi-Octane in nature, they helped us shake off the afternoon cobwebs.

Free to play. Who could ask for more?

The next time you visit the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, definitely step in for a cold or hot treat that will help you get to where you’re going!

Hi-Fi Coffee bar is located at 918a, Ocean Blvd in Myrtle Beach and are open 9 a.m. to Midnight.

Follow them on Facebook HERE
and their website HERE

Jason Coker is originally from the metropolis of Burlington, NC and is passionate about vacation rentals. Having served on the front lines of a premier vacation rental company, Jason has a great understanding of all aspects of this fantastic industry. An aficionado of music, sports, and all things geeky, Jason spends his free time performing music, grilling out, and relaxing with his son, daughter, and lovely wife, Amy.

Friday Finds – The Uncommon Chocolatier

The highest quality of ingredients and flavors!

Welcome to our first installment of Palmetto Vacation Rentals “FRIDAY FINDS”. Each week we’ll be visiting local businesses and attractions, bringing visitors to the Grand Strand a taste of new places to visit and focusing on attractions that are off the beaten path.

This week we visited “The Uncommon Chocolatier” a brand new fudgery located in the heart of The Market Common in Myrtle Beach. Made from the finest ingredients, The Uncommon Chocolatier offers a variety of handmade fudge, chocolates, and gift items.

Fudge is a staple of Myrtle Beach shops, restaurants, and markets. For half a century, travelers have been able to find fudge at mom and pop stores all along the Grand Strand. Usually only offering Chocolate and a few other flavors to eager travelers, the fudge presence here is as ubiquitous (and drab) as saltwater taffy, hermit crabs, and $99 cent shark tooth necklaces. But, No longer! Today, Alison and myself have discovered a culinary pleasure that would make Gordon Ramsay silent with content.

Originating in Pittsburgh, The Uncommon Chocolatier was started by Christine Falvo. Christine was inspired by her mother, Teresa and now has a third generation of fudge makers in her granddaughter, Elle, whom we spoke with this afternoon.

With over 35 varieties of fudge, chocolate-dipped fruit, and even specialty items, such as chocolate footballs, you can easily spend a whole day sampling and debating which is your favorite. Good luck, though – they are ALL fantastic! Some of the most amazing taste combinations and textures can be had such as: Crème Brule, raspberry cheesecake, cherry bourbon, chocolate strawberry, birthday cake, bananas foster, peanut butter, mint chocolate, red velvet, and “Unicorn Poo” (Cotton Candy – it’s delicious, I swear!).

The décor of the establishment is classic and inviting and is only rivaled by the breathtakingly artistic designs and textures of the main attraction – the fudge. Great care is taken by their artisans Elle and Brittany as you’ll find candy, nuts, and other delectable toppings that make it almost too pretty to eat – ALMOST!

The next time you are near The Market Common, take time to stop in and sample this very unique delight on the Grand Strand. You’ll be glad you did!

You can find the Uncommon Chocolatier at 3351 Reed Street in the Market Common. Be sure to like and follow them on Facebook under “The Uncommon Chocolatier”.

Jason Coker is originally from the metropolis of Burlington, NC and is passionate about vacation rentals. Having served on the front lines of a premier vacation rental company, Jason has a great understanding of all aspects of this fantastic industry. An aficionado of music, sports, and all things geeky, Jason spends his free time performing music, grilling out, and relaxing with his son, daughter, and lovely wife, Amy.

Top Free (or close to it!) Things to Do in Myrtle Beach

Top Free (or close to it!) Things to Do in Myrtle Beach

By

Jason Coker

Myrtle Beach in South Carolina is renowned as a vacation spot that the entire family can enjoy, but it can get expensive when you factor in entertainment for everyone. When you’re on a family vacation, you need to get the most out of the money you’re spending. This is the reason why we have come up with a list of free things you can do at Myrtle Beach. These include the following options:

Gorgeous, Serene, Unspoiled – Huntington Beach State Par

·        Check out the Beach

Of course! The beach is the main reason why you have decided to visit! With over 60 miles of gorgeous, pristine white sand it’s no surprise why Myrtle Beach is one of the top destinations on the entire East Coast. Not only is the beach fantastic in front of your vacation rental, there’s also miles of unspoiled and undeveloped oceanfront located right down the road at Huntington Beach State Park. At Huntington Beach State Park, there’s tons of wildlife such as water fowl, otters, sea turtles, and especially alligators! You’ll be able to take a stroll through the live oaks and pines as you make your way to Atalaya Castle, a 1930’s Moorish-style castle with exceptional views. There is also camping, picnic areas, and perfectly located across from the gorgeous Brookgreen Gardens. Check it out here: https://southcarolinaparks.com/huntington-beach

Vereen Memorial Gardens is the perfect place to unwind

·        Parks

Myrtle Beach has a lot of great parks nearby that are beautiful and provide you with the ideal spot to relax during the day. The low country is known for beautiful rivers, lakes, ponds and live oaks. You’ll be able to escape the hustle and bustle of tourists looking for entertainment as you watch the wind lazily play with the hanging Spanish moss. There are dozens of parks with playgrounds and picnic areas where you can sit and let the kids have fun during the day. You can check out Grand Park or Valor Park, where you can stroll around the lakes and have fun on the playgrounds. Many parks on the Grand Strand can be reserved for family and group events and are quite inexpensive.

There is also the Vereen Memorial Historical Gardens that have more than 100 acres of amazing vegetation and wildlife for you to explore. Here, there’s plenty of shaded paths to explore amongst the live oaks and there’s plenty of opportunities to spot deer, raccoon, and possum tracks on the sand. Ask a local how you can do some crabbing or simply relax on the shell beach along the waterway and marsh. There’s family swing sets that overlook the marsh as well as a picnic area. Vereen Gardens is also very pet friendly, so be sure to bring fido! https://scgreatoutdoors.com/park-vereengardens.html

Savannah’s Playground: For All Children

Also, be sure to check out Savannah’s Playground located in the Market Commons. Savannah’s Playground is free and open to any one, the playground is named after Savannah Thompson, a Myrtle Beach native with Williams Syndrome who is actively involved in the Grand Strand community. It’s proudly the Southeast’s first “Enabling Playground” where all equipment is ADA approved and children of all needs can socially interact and have a great time. It’s a multi-acre park that is perfect for a great day of inexpensive entertainment and fun. Being in the heart of the Market Commons, it’s a great place to play, relax and then get lunch, dinner, or a movie. Check it out here: http://savannahsplayground.org/

The Carolina Country Music Festival is one of many throughout the year on the Grand Strand.

·        Festivals

Myrtle Beach plays host to various annual parades and festivals throughout the year and you can take part in any festival during various seasons. The summer months bring about the MayFest that has nightly celebrations on the Boardwalk. During spring, you can check out the St. Patrick’s Day street parties and the Canadian-American Days Festival. The Carolina Country Music Festival is one of the South’s biggest music events. Fall brings several Oktoberfest events, a Greek Festival, the Endless Summer Festival, and more. Winter is also a great time for car shows, Holiday Events, Food Festivals, and Sports. https://www.visitmyrtlebeach.com/things-to-do/events/festivals/

One of the best ways to find out inexpensive and free things to do is to ask your vacation experts at Palmetto Vacation Rentals! We can let you know what’s going on in the Grand Strand no matter what you like to do. See you soon!

Jason Coker is originally from the metropolis of Burlington, NC and is passionate about vacation rentals. Having served on the front lines of a premier vacation rental company, Jason has a great understanding of all aspects of this fantastic industry. An aficionado of music, sports, and all things geeky, Jason spends his free time performing music, grilling out, and relaxing with his son, daughter, and lovely wife, Amy.

Different Ways to Explore Myrtle Beach

There are a lot of different activities that you can enjoy in Myrtle Beach, along with a host of different ways to spend your time over there. Most people assume that you can do only so much at Myrtle Beach. There are unaware of the hidden wonders and activities you can enjoy at this destination. There is so much to do and explore in Myrtle Beach, and we have highlighted some of the ways you can check out this amazing place below:
1. Savor the local wine culture
The typical vineyards in the United States grow grapes like Pinot Grigio, Merlot, and Chardonnay. However, in Southern California, you can get to savor Muscadine, with over 300 different varieties on offer. Visiting the La Belle Amie Vineyard in Myrtle Beach will allow you to experience and savor the local wine culture in Myrtle Beach easily.

2. Learn a new water sport
There are various water sports that you can choose to enjoy in Myrtle Beach, and it doesn’t even matter if you don’t know any. Picking up a new water sport to learn is the best thing you can do over here. It will be fun without taking a lot of effort on your part. You can take surfing lessons, try wakeboarding, or even visit Shark Wake Park where you can do tricks on your board.

3. Visit Brookgreen Gardens
If you’re a nature lover, then you must visit Brookgreen Gardens where you can wander through lovely live oaks, gorgeous gardens and inspiring sculptures.

Indoor Fun Activities to Enjoy at Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach has a milder winter than the ones people tend to experience in the North, but in the month of January, temperatures can tend to drop in the 50s! However, as we are already in January and heading towards February, it is the best time to explore the best indoor activities that you can enjoy at Myrtle Beach. We have compiled a list of our favorites that you can enjoy on any rainy day or when the weather is too uncomfortable for outdoor activities on your vacation.

So, let’s check out two of our most favorite indoor places to visit and enjoy in at Myrtle Beach:

1. Myrtle Beach Art Museum
The Myrtle Beach Art Museum, also known as the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is Myrtle Beach’s premier art museum. It has 11 galleries that can be viewed all year round, with numerous incredible displays of national, regional and local artists on display. The best thing about this museum is that it is free to visit, since there is no admission fee. They also host different family and community days, talks, workshops, and various classes throughout the year.

2. 810 Billiards and Bowling
810 Billiards and Bowling is another great indoor entertainment place, where you have 14 standard bowling lanes, 6 billiard tables, 6 boutique lanes, corn hole, board games, darts, and foosball. It has a sports bar on-site along with a full menu and is a whole lot of fun on any day.

3. Rockin’ Jump
You can also have a grand time with your kids at the Rockin’ Jump Ultimate Trampoline Park. This destination features a huge trampoline jump area, trampoline dodgeball arena, trampoline basketball arena, a ninja course, a climbing wall, and a trampoline stunt bag for folks of all ages. There is also a snack bar and comfortable seating arrangements for everyone.

What to wear to the Beach in Winter?

Winters on the beach are especially chilly and the weather at Myrtle Beach is no different. However this doesn’t stop vacationers from enjoying their time at the beach. The easy availability of vacation rentals at Myrtle Beach is one of the prime reasons why people love thronging the Grand Strand.
Most of the people that visit the beach in winters are unaware of what to pack and wear. As a result, they end up catching a cold. This is especially troublesome with children. So it is fitting to provide some tips in this regard:
 Stay as covered as possible
Take a quick peek at what the weather is like at Myrtle Beach before you begin the journey. Usually it is advisable to wear capris or full length trousers that you can easily fold from the ankles up. You don’t want those bottoms getting soaked in the cold sand and making you unwell. Use tight tops with a sweater to protect against the cold breeze.
 Protection against the sun
While we all love sunbathing in the summers but the cold weather is different. The sand and water reflect sunlight more aggressively causing sunburns. Make sure you use ample amounts sunscreen and wear shady hats to protect against the sun’s violent rays.
 Bikinis are not absolutely out of the question
You might think it is absurd to wear a bikini to the beach in winters. It might not be the case. Myrtle Beach can at times offer sunlight that counters the cold breeze and makes the weather suitable for an outing in a bikini.