Our room had a double bed and two single beds which was perfect for us.
And below is the view from our room's balcony.
On our way to Bay of Fires earlier in the day, we passed by an Oyster Farm.
We went in to take a look and spoke briefly with the owner. Of course before we left, Tracy bought a dozen of fresh oysters.
That's her dinner. :-)
The seaside town of St Helens is the largest town and administrative centre of the north-east region. We explored the town and at the same time, trying to look for a shop where we can get ice cream.
As most shops had already closed for the day, we bought ice cream from a petrol kiosk.
We then drove to a park to enjoy the peaceful surrounding.
Right in front of Bayside Inn is a playground by the sea shore.
While Jerlene and Javier were playing in the playground, Tracy and I took a stroll along the shore. We saw many unique rocks by the shore and decided to take a closer look.
To our surprise, these rocks were actually Oysters!!!! But they seemed to have dried up.
As the water was very calm, it was perfect for stone skipping. Jerlene and Javier was surprised that I could make a stone skipped 8-10 times on the surface of the water.
We stayed by the shore till the sky slowly turned dark.
This place was beautiful, especially with the evening sun shining across the bay.