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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... d met and 3 of us entered the karaoke contest to win a 50 dollar bar tab... We came second! Gutted, but it was a lot of fun. Monday 9th Feb, We had an early start on Monday as we had been booked on to a tour up to Cape Reinga (the most northern point of New Zealand). To get to the Cape we had to drive up 90 mile beach, which wasn't even a beach or 90 miles long.. The beach was a designated road and the coach we were on had incredibly bumpy suspension because of this, ...
... on holding the iPad tightly so I didn't drop it over the side, also concentrating on wedging myself precariously against the 3 ft railing so I didn't drop over the side, I didn't really hear a lot of what he was saying. It was awesome being inside the hole, the acoustics are very good. So we have pics and video to look back on when we get home. After a while we turned round and began the journey back to halfway island, Otehei. This island is the only one of all ...
... in time to book myself on a days sailing (on a ship with sails and everything) for a days excursion tomorrow as I just can't be ***** to drive again do soon. So. I'm camped out in a nice little place called "beach view" where I'm pretty much dangling my toes in the water from my tent! Tired and emotional (but without the alcohol) Night peeps! I'm off to sleep whilst listening to the many many angry Germans surrounding my tent in their large camper vans!! gute ...
... crowds to try and get as close to the front of the queue as possible and managed after about 30 minutes to get in to the bar. At this point I was fairly drunk and pretty done with the whole night, so after a little bop around I grabbed some chicken nuggets which at the time were definitely the highlight of my night, and headed to the room. At least I wasn't the first to bed, as when I got back there was already an asian girl running back and forth to the toilet to be ...
... Instead I opted for the bow spit. My was given a harness with karabiners attached to a couple of shirt ropes and told to clip into the safety rope. It was fun to walk along the rope net to get to the front of the ship and look back to see the bow cleanly cutting through the waves. I returned to Deb and we both really enjoyed the pleasure of sailing through the Pacific Ocean. It was glorious. We returned to Russell Island remaking how different our two boat trips had ...