Toronto Sun Features The Lost Colony in a recent article
In collaboration with The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, writer Laura Nelles visited the Outer Banks in August of 2023 and did a feature story on the barrier islands.
“If your dream job is “beach” and sun, salt and sand are your jam, you don’t have to look far to find a spot to stretch out on”-Laura Nelles, The Toronto Sun.
During Laura’s visit, she traveled up and down the Outer Banks via HWY NC12. She mentioned it was her first time to the Outer Banks and she was getting the “full experience!”
Outer Banks Restaurant Experiences
NC Coast Grill & Bar-Ms. Nelles visited Duck, NC and enjoyed a waterfront lunch at NC Coast. Her meal included their fresh-caught tuna tacos.
Goombays-Cajun crab soup and fish & chips were on the menu for her late dinner at Goombays Raw Bar & Grill!
As she made her way down HWY NC12, Ms. Nelles visited Outer Banks landmarks such as the Wright Brothers National Monument, Bodie Island Lighthouse, Pea Island and more.
During Ms. Nelles final night, she enjoyed an evening at Waterside Theatre and experienced The Lost Colony.
“The production is excellent-lighting, sound, music, and choreography are all top-notch,”-Laura Nelles The Lost Colony experience.
We are so thankful for the opportunity to host Ms. Nelles and the article featured in The Toronto Sun!
Read the full article here.