Samurai Beach Resort
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... on the suspension bridge proved a brilliant place to spot a pod of dolphins playing in the water below. They rolled around and jumped out of the water. It was a magical sight and well worth the boat ride over. On the boat trip back we were treated to more dolphins and watched over by a Sea Hawk. In the evening we drove up to Birubi Beach to see the sunset. There seemed to be miles of sand dunes, which the young and fit ...
... Of all the beach areas, Shoal Bay is by far the best, although Little Beach and Mile Long Beach are pretty in their own way. A bit windy, so after good lunch at Shoal Bay, returned to the resort to sit around the pool in the sun 25c for a few hours.. Paul and I managed a circuit of the lap pool. Too much eating out, so just pizza at home tonight.
Maybe Shoal beach Saturday if the sun comes out and the wind ...
... but is it the best?
Not the most inspiring drive for Port Stephens to Cessnock but once you reach here things change dramatically. e drove through Mount view region first. You much get a detailed map of the region, makes things much easier and all cellar doors and cafes etc are marked.
Beautiful windy roads led us to the lovely old town of Wollombi. Sweet little shops and a couple of cafes are really all that's' here but the ...
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... The waves were pretty harsh and continuous which made it very very hard work!
Most of the instructors were really nice, barring some that were just too pushy!
We had breakfast, lunch and dinner included in the price and the washing up was done for us haha. The food was good and you could have as much as you liked.
The night consisted of sitting round the camp fire ...