BEST WESTERN PLUS Hw Boutique Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
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Tony birthday - but we don't have any specific plans. We explored Harrington, quite a nice spot before continuing on to Crowdy Head, which has a lovely lighthouse and nice bays- but the howling gale kept us from lingering. We had a birthday lunch at a Rosie's Cafe - not much to write home about, especially as they didn't get Tonys order, so he only got juice drink for ...
... but lovely and sunny for the brisk walk, along the boardwalks, steps up and down and paths. Finally coming out at the tip and further on to the Lighthouse above. Spectacular views in all directions.
The Big Banana was the next stop, for old times (as with the Big Pineapple), we took our photos, got a coffee and ice creams. The shop here is still pretty good in comparison to all the other ...
... and Julie's house for a lovely dinner that Dad cooked as a special teat for Julie who always does the cooking. She was chuffed. We watched '"The Voice and enjoyed the chatter and recall of memories from Camp Quality 12 plus years ago.
What a action packed day that has been extra special with great friends making it so wonderful - yet again we havebeen blessed by terrific people being ...
... a chill on the beach and take a look around. Chris borrowed a surfboard from the garage although I elected against it, I’ve never been very adept at any sports that rely on balance, and we headed out. The beach was gorgeous and the sun was starting its crawl horizon bound so the sea was shining in a subtle manner whilst the sand looked mysterious and vivid. Chris was eager to start surfing so he hopped in the water once we got there whilst I began reading a new chapter of my ...
... down to Margate on a Friday afternoon. After another swim stop at Emerald's Beach a short 10km further up the coast we were well on our way to Evans Point where we'd aimed to park up for sleep. With Simon, the only driver without his license, at the wheel it'd be just so convenient for us to get pulled over by police wouldn't it? Well we did. At least we were all belted up in our seats being perfect passengers and not asleep on the bed in the back I suppose. Once we'd parked up ...