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Travel Blogs from Russell
... in a deep gruff voice said,
“Perhaps you’d like to tell me who you are.”
Will our heroes be arrested for breaking and eating?
Was this even the crazy old woman’s house at all??
Will they ever make it out of there alive???
Find out in next weeks exciting installment of…
200 days without a decent cup of tea...
(That doesn’t quite work as an exciting series title does it, oh ...
Paihia is very close to Russel and a historical place for the Maori. The first European, Mr. Busby from the UK, was allowed to settle here and communicate and negotiate with the Maori. In 1840 he managed to have the “Treaty"signed. An agreement that settles the rights and properties between the different Maori tribes. In the end the Treaty was signed by 500 Maori chiefs. The spot where it was signed is called Treaty Ground and is for the Kiwi's the ...
... bis oben in dem Schlafsack eingepackt, so dass nur noch ein kreisrunder Ausschnitt vom ca 10 cm ihr Gedicht zeigte. Naja, jetzt habe ich in den letzten Jahren so viele Reportagen auf Discovery und National Geo gesehen und trotzdem baue ich ein Lager direkt am Wasser und womöglich auf einem "Wildwechsel" auf! Den Rest der Nacht verbrachte ich hellwach mit der Stirnlampe in der Hand auf der Isomatte. So konnte ich in aller Ruhe über die ...
... 13) we were in good spirits that we had survived the night and headed straight to The Bay of Islands and Russell, the weather was still miserable and cold though! It took 3 hours and another horrendous 27km dirt track road to get there! We arrived safe and went to a Top 10 camp site on a non powered pitched, had a walk, a beer and game of pool and slept like babies! Our plans were to go to the furthest northern point of NZ, Cape Reanga, but as the weather was not good ...
Weather is hot and sunny and a complete contrast to the current TV weather reports of severe snow and ice in the UK - if it helps Paul got a little sun burnt!
Historic Russell is very quaint and picturesque, and we dined overllooking the bay as the sun went down at the Duke of Marlborough Hotel, which was granted the first liquor license in NZ.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking