Bunkycooks.com food blogger reviews recent visit to Kiawah Island Golf Resort

James Beard Award’s 2012 Finalist as “Best Individual Blog” – Bunkycooks.com writes on their recent visit to Kiawah Island Golf Resort.

The Sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.
-Jacques Cousteau

The ocean has always occupied a special place in my heart.  My childhood vacation memories are of going to Ocean City, New Jersey with my mother.  When I was older, I spent time on the ocean fishing with my father.  Growing up in Philadelphia, it was a short car ride to the beach and we did it often in the summer.  I continued that tradition until age seventeen when I left for college.

Every time I return to the beach or some place near the water, I am exhilarated.  I love the smell of salt water, sunsets over the beach and the waves crashing over my feet.  To me, there is nothing that compares.

It had been almost ten years since we last visited Kiawah Island.  Much of it is just as I had remembered with its natural beauty, glimmering white beaches and stunning views.  On this trip, we traveled to Kiawah to work with Chef Robert Wysongand his culinary team, however there is so much more to share about this very special place.The Kiawah Island Golf Resort is located on a barrier island of coastal South Carolina, just 21 miles south of Charleston.  This resort boasts one of America’s Top Beaches with ten miles of pristine coastline situated on the Atlantic Ocean.  With the property’s theme of “keep it natural”, the developers of Kiawah have worked hard to preserve nature’s beauty.

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