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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Russell
... a bit hazy and breezy, but sea sickness Is something neither of us suffer from. On the way out to the Hole in the Rock, we passed a pod, Father, Mother, last years baby and this years baby. Got some good photos unfortunately I will have to blow them up to make sense of them, cannot do this on my travel pod. But up close - stunning! ...
... can always rely on the close proximity of a good cafe and we sat drinking our coffees and making plans for next weekend whilst Chloe cracked on with her colouring in. Mark and Stella went straight from here back towards Auckland whilst we returned for our final night in Pahia. As the weather was still pretty bad we stayed in our “unit” for most of rest of the day, reading books and watching Madagascar. We did venture out to the hot tub for a 20 minute soak. Hard life.
... and it is a lovely spot. We went for lunch at The Pear Tree and are pleased to report that it is still excellent.
After lunch we drove to Waitangi to see the grounds where the treaty was signed in 1840 between the Maori Tribes and the British Crown. Waitangi Day is celebrated on 6 February.
The waka house on the site houses the world's largest ceremonial war canoe - 35metres ...
... trip, there was a uk couple there we've swooped details with and Silkie the dive guide will be keeping in touch. We've just decided to veg tonight we are so tired! We've had a fab day, just had a curry and now about to head to bed...shattered. Tomorrow is Auckland, but we have a dolphin swim booked first. Getting to Auckland really does mean the end of an amazing month...perhaps we could get lost ...
We thought we would explore the area by foot and had picked up this leaflet at the tourist office. The walk goes from Paihia, where we are, to Russel. The distance is not that long but it should nevertheless take us about 6 hours. 6 hours. It's a bit long... Anyway we decided to go for it.
In a relatively short distance you get to see mangrove, rain forest, dry land, sandy beaches, oyster farms,...etc. And the flowers and plants are of amazing shape and colours. Of ...