Arapohue House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... been my favourite stop. There was nobody else on the beach, and there was a group of oyster catchers who were standing and hopping on one leg.. Like me. It was also a really scenic road down here, and with the sun out, the drive was even nicer. We headed back down the Hibiscus coast to Hatfield's beach. I remembered this beach from my first trip out to New Zealand so it was ...
... was fine, so it was into the Red Channel to have my shoes inspected. Eventually while only 2nd in the queue, made it to one of the 3 inspection benches to have my shoes inspected. Yes, I had "hot washed" the soles out of all the mud but they washed the soles again. Next time, should I take an old scrubbing brush and through them away? This ...
... s really a fascinating thing to see if you’ve never seen it before.
Over supper we got to know our new family for the next 5 days a little better. We have one older lady from Wales, an older couple from Brisbane, a family of 4 with 2 boys ~10-11 years old from Sydney, one woman from Toronto, and then 2 guides- one that was born and lived in Oregon for about 20 years then came here and one that was born in Poland, grew up in Germany, and is ...
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After a busy ...
... barkeeps, him and her, were from Ireland, but they tell us it was purely coincidental. You know, I love these places. Sandy almost got into a fight with the barkeep, but her smile got us away scot-free. I’ve captured it on photo!
On our second day, we hopped a ferry across to Waiheke for a wine tour – The Taste of Waiheke. Not bad, but we’ll stick with California wines for now. We went to Stony Ridge on Waiheke ...