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... meal," “meal in under an hour,” and “most creative” – to name a few.
Hopefully this short update will satisfy curiosity the same way that last night’s dinner satisfied our bellies. We’ll be sure to write again in a couple weeks once we finish up here, but in the meantime there’s not a whole lot else to say!
- Liam & ...
... We dumped our bags at reception and headed into town to have a look around. Turns out the town really wasn't that big so this didn't take long! So we had hot chocolates at a cafe and perused the lunch menu. As soon as I saw it I knew I had to have it...moule marinere! It was so good and came with crunchy bread... Probably not the best use of my money but totally worth it! After that we headed back the Villa hostel, checked in ...
... and the seats quickly filled up. The ferry departed the terminal at 5 past 9 and after about half hour I stood up and walked out on to the deck and walked around looking for any dolphins or whales. I saw 4 dolphins and after they left a whale came within 10 meters of the ferry. I took a few photos of the dolphins and the whale then I walked around outside some more. I then went back inside and sat back down where I was sitting before. I ...
... Goodrington Sands, the Polzeath, the Dickenson Bay, the Bondi Beach of beaches. However, being New Zealand there is still plenty of room for everybody and free parking all day. The beach is beautiful, golden sand, clear water, a couple of picturesque little islands, boat tours, kayaks, sailing etc. Out came our sun loungers, on went
the sun cream and armed with sunnies, Kindles and towels we settled in for the day. Oooh, it was lovely, just lying there soaking up the ...
... up and down
the beach in the shallows - we eventually counted five I think, and got photos.
After a couple of nights there and a meal of freshly caught Blue Cod from our fishing neighbours next door we decided to head back to Elaine Bay. It was a misty morning so we
waited until the low cloud lifted before heading back along the cliff road this time with Jeremy driving so I got to appreciate the outstanding views. We found two great ...
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