Dunes South

Address: 8645 Old Oregon Inlet Rd., Nags Head, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27959, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located on 8645 Old Oregon Inlet Rd., Nags Head, is near Bodie Island Lighthouse, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, Tanger Outlets Nags Head, and Nags Head Golf Links.
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    Travel Blogs from Nags Head

    North Carolina and co.

    A travel blog entry by k.christian on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... is where eastern Americans would go for family vacation. Every building was a seafood shack, beach toy store, hotel or vacation rental. I'm still not convinced anyone actually lived on the Outer Banks. Katy requested a stop at Jockeys Ridge, a large patch of rather big sand dunes. The Wright brothers learned to fly on these dunes. It had a neat-o desert feel. I spotted the shape of a man kneeling on one knee to another shape. Had I ...

    On the Outer Banks

    A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Aug 11, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... of the events of that day. Many other displays gave the full story of all the work that went into making that day a reality. There was also a huge monument on a nearby hill, from which they started testing in a glider.
    That evening we returned to the campground that we had discovered that morning. It was called Adventure Bound and was for tents only. No RVs! It also had a youth hostel. It was a ...

    Day 2: Shake Down and Safety

    A travel blog entry by breezer.hill on May 14, 2014

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    Today we got to wake up at 7am, which will become a commodity for the rest of this trip. Typical ride days will have us getting up no later than 530. We had breakfast, and headed upstairs for a presentation on safety on the road. Afterwards, we ate some lunch and kitted up to start some drills on the bike. We practiced weaving between trash cans, pointing ...

    Storm damage! - Emergency zone!

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Mar 24, 2013

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    ... metre-deep deposit that obliterated the road. It's all a bit of a mess. The fresh water also causes anxiety. Until now, drinking tap water in the US has been like drinking swimming-pool in an unwashed part of town - massively chlorinated and a bit . The water in Dare County is the best we've tasted so far......hoardings proudly proclaim it as 'The Sweetest Water in the State'.........ironically, it remains undrinkable as it's polluted with arsenic from mid C20th ...

    Shells, fire and...

    A travel blog entry by mercerballs on Jun 01, 2011

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    ... and potatoes too.

    We saw one way in which the roads are maintained - by prisoners. In a scene right out of a Hollywood film we passed a 'gang' of prisoners repairing the road watched over by a guard with a gun. Their bus with barred windows nearby.

    We continue to try local food and drink - grouper and lobster stir fry for me; grilled swordfish for Mum. Both washed down with Pelican Nut Beer only brewed for the Black Pelican restaurant where we were dining.
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