We slipped up the coast again the weekend before last for three days of fun in the sun, this time heading north to Jervis Bay, renowned for its white sandy beaches. While we didn't have three days of sun, we did have fun. Going to the beach with a three and a half year old is fun whether it's perfect weather or not. We stayed at another cabin park in a little place called Currarong.
Romily just loves staying in these cabins, as they're just like little homes, only at the beach - and she does make herself right at home. Tristan doesn't seem to mind either.While there, we dug in the sand, made tyre tracks with tiny trucks, searched for shells and investigated nooks and crannies.
On the not-so-flash days we went for a drive through the Beecroft Range (which fortunately was not being used by the Navy!), down to the lighthouse at Point Perpendicular...
and to the perfect little beach in the delightfully named Honeymoon Bay.
Not having been down to the beach much over the past few years, I'm really enjoying our sojourns. I'm hoping we can squeeze another weekend at the coast in before the weather turns cold.