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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we headed down to the beach as there was a major swimming event taking place. The Ocean Swim Series was in town which is a 3.3km swim across the harbor from Russell to Paihia. Some 750 swimmers were participating and in the field and there were Olympic and World Champions from New Zealand, Australia and Japan participating. The winner was from Japan in just over 40 minutes. Pretty impressive to say the ...
... Zealand’s oldest and most significant historic buildings.
One of these buildings is New Zealand’s First Licensed Hotel. After New Zealand became a colony in 1840 all hotels selling alcohol had to have liquor licences. The country’s first was granted to John Johnson of the Duke of Marlborough Hotel in Kororāreka. The hotel in Russell ...
... two days prior to the mountain climb visiting local attractions, drinking beer and learning about Persian new year preparations. It was my first Couchsurfing experience and It was great :)! Climbing. Mt Taranaki took it's toll on my Achilles and I dropped back from the group about a third of the way and went off to explore the surrounding woodland and bush walks - I walked about 17km with Pink Floyd blaring in my ears and didn't see a single person so ...
... noticed this really bad fishy smell, which we put down to the seaside area we were currently in. However, even after we had got off the ferry and begun driving to the campsite the smell just seemed to get worse so we thought it had to be something in the car! We literally spent a good half an hour going round the entire car sniffing everything to find out where it was coming from! We think we narrowed it down to the passenger side head rest so ...
... mention of sovereignty over the land. Our guide seeks to explain how sovereignty over the land would not make sense to the Maori as they don't see themselves as owning land. We later discover that they seem to have worked this out as they own various lakes and and mountains in Taupo.
Anyway, the land is the Maori mother and they are apparently happy to share it with those who turn up providing they follow the rules (Maori style) and don't ...