Although life is now much more settled (something I am very grateful for) I’m still happiest and most inspired when travelling, setting out on a new adventure. They may to be the most out there experiences anymore but a little get away from the city, a break from the norm, is something that will always lift my spirits. I love everything about it, the planning, finding that perfect place to stay and in our case – a way to get there using public transport…yes – I must pass my driving test in 2017! This trip was the exact recharge we needed to prepare us for the busy week of moving home we had ahead. Our days here were very relaxed and we spent most of our time enjoying the beach, our pretty little home and each other. Minimal phone signal being another blessing not to distract us from the moment we were enjoying.
Hyams Beach Seaside Cottages – We got number 6, it was perfect and fully equipped with a spa bath. For the first time I think we may have spent more time at the accommodation than anywhere else purely because it was so special. There are also many other little towns in the area that I was tossing up staying somewhere with more things around but I can honestly say I wouldn’t have had it any other way. Having the prettiest beaches on your doorstep and cooking your own meals just added to the fun.
This was not by any means the easiest journey I have ever made and it may have been the final push I need to start my driving lessons again. That being said when there is places like this on your doorstep there is nothing stopping you getting there. This is also the fastest route I found with connection time of buses etc.
Train from Central to Bomaderry (changing at Kiama) leaving 7.29am
Bus 732 from Bomaderry to Vincentia leaving at 10.37am
Taxi from Vincentia to Hyams Beach taking only 10 min
Hyams Beach Cafe is really your only option so we ate there for breakfast and cooked the rest of our food at the BBQ at the accommodation.