January 15, 2014
January 16, 2014
January 17 and 18, 2014
|The view from our campsite|
I'm very grateful for Caravan Parks. No matter how broke you are (things are a little tight at the moment!), caravan parks ensure that you can have a holiday by the sea - as long as you're prepared to do it a little 'rough'. We stayed two nights in the fantastic Easts Caravan Park, and had a busy but relaxing time. Once you're set up (and it wasn't too hard for us as we can now sleep in Anthony's van) , you can just put your feet up and enjoy the beautiful weather and views. Luckily for us, we were blessed with both! I love the slower pace, the lack of a TV, and all the cool things that are available in a caravan park (like a nice pool) that you'd have to pay a lot more for in a hotel.
January 19, 2014
|Could we cram any more fun into two days? Nah...|
|Sunrise over Montague Island|
And while I'm on the subject, I am very grateful for Narooma. It's such a beautiful town. I spent a fair bit of time there when I was a kid (my grandparents lived there), and I'm happy to say it hasn't changed much at all (though there are signs of that starting to happen). It's still got a 'small coast town' feel, unlike some of the more commercial, built-up areas like Batemans Bay. There is a gorgeous little beach there (Bar Beach), that is calm and clear (and protected by a shark net, which always makes the kids happy!); which was also only a kilometre or so from where we stayed. We rode our bikes over for a lovely (if not bracing - the water is cold!) swim, which was the highlight of our little holiday. Such a lovely place.