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... NZ and the Maori people. There still stands the stone building, built to house food stores and other supplies, and the mission house where the English missionaries lived. It is thought to be the oldest wooden house in NZ. There was also a small demonstration village nearby, with hut structures which replicate what traditional Maori buildings would have been like pre European settlement. I spent the weekend in Paihia, the main tourist town in the Bay of Islands. This ...
... possibility of swimming with dolphins along the way. We do encounter two pods of Bottle-nosed dolphins, who entertain us with their speed and leaps out of the water. When we leave the pod they race along beside the boat putting on a great show of chasing us. The Hole In the Rock is aptly named and is situated on the outskirts of the bay, facing ...
... abit a drowned rat looking version. After my Kayak I dried off and had a final wander around the town before catching my bus back to Auckland. As I checked into the hostel around 9.30pm I was expecting a quiet night although once I got to my room I was greeted with cheering from about 20 Germans and a group of Icelandic girls. I was promptly told my only option was to get changed drink as much cheep wine as possible and join them on a night out. I could hardly ...
Bungle and zippy, sorry wrong show. Mr. & Mrs. Baggins left HK on the 4th March. Liz was most was impressed with the service on the Air New Zealand flight. Our cabin crew were middle aged men who called us by name and could not do enough for us. Liz rates it the best in flight service she has ever had. Well, on the 5th, we landed at Auckland to a right Scottish welcome. It was pissin down!!! However by the time we got to our hotel it had brightened up. I thought getting ...
... trip, I also bought Chris a jade necklace. His is the traditional men's shape, with carvings that symbolize birth and rebirth. I think it's great they both Chris and Evie will have this "memory" from our first really big trip as a family.
We did a bit more shopping at the markets, and even splurged to buy ourselves a kauri cutting board with paua inlay (beautiful!) before we headed over to Russell on the ferry.
Russell was once known as the "hell ...