Baileys At The Beach Motel
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... views, but nothing was as beautiful as the secluded cove. Tucked down in steep white rocky cliffs, you are surrounded by beautiful blue water with rock structures popping up out of the water. After a few hours and probably too much sun for the first day, we made the short trek out through ...
... a single girl from France and us. The town itself has some interesting gift shops and cafes but we decided to move onto COROMANDEL which is on the western tip, again over the mountains and more winding road. The view at the peak before descending into the town was worthwhile and soon we were exploring the Main Street. Lyn and I have been struggling with head colds the last couple of days and combined with the driving and boat ride a rest in the car in the ...
... there were two lovely Americans- Olivia and Casey, already camping there! They are from Virginia and rock climb as well so we shared some whiskey and beers, chatted, and woke up the next morning and climbed together! The climbing in Whatapapa South is crazy! You're literally climbing on cliffs in lamb fields! It was pretty cool to say the least, and the company was just as cool! Definitely 2 new friends to keep in touch with :) Next stop Lake ...
... states! I will let you know when I am exposed to something new and different.
25. Are they allowed to leave for lunch?
No! They must stay on the school campus for lunch. However, students are required to eat outside (unless it's raining). There is not specific cafeteria. Also, all of the students eat lunch at the same time.
26. Do they use computers to do math equations?
They use calculators ...
... it’s well worth it – a pair of fairly isolated beaches (you need to hike or boat to get here) separated by a huge stone archway with the sea washing up into it. The coastline here is very rugged and pocked with sheer cliffs and caves, and there are a few dotted around – we even get a nice freshwater waterfall “shower” thrown in too! It’s a little busy, but not overly so. We wander round to see the sights then settle down and ...