Oasis Suites Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nags Head
... got the hang of it. Bella was fascinated by the waves. She waved to them like they were her personal friends and wanted to step on every one of them. Were not sure why so likes to go out of her way to step on things while she is walking? We then moved to the much warmer pool for the afternoon. Brian and Mike went pier fishing for the first time and Brian caught ...
We left Alexandria, VA and headed south to the beach. We are staying in Kitty Hawk on the water next to the Kitty Hawk pier which is part of our hotel. Brian was amazed at the pier fishing and loves watching the guys catching the small sting rays and dogfish. Belle put her feet in the sand and chased the waves for her first time. This ...
... island so Eric could show us more of his old stomping grounds thru Duck, Pine Island, and Ocean Sands. Checking out all the beautiful beach houses that he used to work in. We finally found our shade at the Currituck Heritage Park right next to the lighthouse, where we actually found a cool water breeze and shade. After admiring the Currituck Sound for lunch we hopped back in the car to head to the end of the road...literally...its just beach for 4wd after that. We ...
... we left them in the cages just in case.
Back at the house, we threw things over the cages so it wouldn't look like we had cages. My hubby said that it just looked like overnight bags but they do have air holes in them so we didn’t want to take a change. According to the lease I signed, we are not supposed to have ...
... lay egg cases that are quite similar and to tell what kind of shark is inside, the case must be X-rayed. However, these sharks are all going to be dead sharks and might already be dead sharks. lying on the beach is not a good place for a shark egg case.
Maybe we'll head back to the beach at a lower tide and see if we can find anything today.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking