We’re heading out for dolphin and whale watching today.
Being at a yacht harbour reminded J of 10.11.11 when D proposed and changed our status from ‘in a relationship’ to ‘engaged’, and from henceforth, J is gonna have this God-loving, God-fearing man, to love and to hold for the rest of her life! 😀
We’re going whale-watching with Moonshadow Cruises.
We headed out towards the Tasman Sea for whale-watching:
It was difficult trying to capture the moments on camera – we decided to focus on the sea and capture the dolphin & whale movements as memories instead.
There was an instant we wished we captured on camera though – a whale did a back flip out of the water and it was spectacular!
Then again, we’re glad we didn’t spend too much time looking through the lens of the camera, else we might have missed that back flip!
We then headed to Bub’s Famous Fish & Chips for lunch:
The seafood platter was really yummy – the batter really crispy but did not overcook the fresh seafood! 😀
Bub’s Famous Fish & Chips
1 Teramby Rd
Tel: +61 (02) 4984 3917
Hours of Business: Sundays to Thursdays – 11am to 3pm
Fridays to Saturdays – 11am to 8pm
We checked out the nearby seafood-monger and were stunned by the price:
Why does the cleaned leather jacket cost $99.90 per kg??
As we observe the pelicans more, we seem to have discovered a new love/interest in them…
After lunch, we headed off to Quad Bike King for our sand dune ATV ride.
It was a really great adrenaline-pumping session!
That’s the Sygna Wreck on Stockton Beach in the background.
Isn’t the sunset so pretty?
Quad Bike King
2163 Nelson Bay Road
Opening Hours: Open 7 days a week – 9am to 4pm
A little sick of eating out, we whipped up dinner and watched Running Man for the evening.
We had popcorns too! 🙂
It’s been a really eventful day – thank God for the new experiences we got 🙂