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Travel Blogs from Kaiteriteri
Hangover and 3 hour ferry wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be. We slept for most of it but also managed to go outside to see some spectacular views and I saw a big seal swimming alongside the boat which was cool. The rest of the day was spent on the bus to Kaiteriteri. We stayed in a hostel only a two minute walk from a really beautiful bay. The annoying thing was that we got to the hostel at about 1700 and left the next day at 1000 so didn't have anytime to explore the ...
... a little behind the times. In Australia we passed through towns on the GOR where shops have voluntarily agreed not to offer plastic bags to their customers; in New Zealand they are handed out like confetti. Far from embracing the notion of self-service, some checkouts are staffed by two people, one to pack your bag while the other operates the till. This isn't always a bad thing though - the relatively few big corporations and gentle pace of life are a refreshing ...
After a night in the camp sites giant dorm it was time to check out and head over to the normal accomdation. We checked into an 8 bed dorm, making sure that the 4 of us would all be together. After finally checking in we headed to the kitchen where we saw Charlotte and Rachel. The weather today was so lovely so we ended up heading to the beach in the sun and caught up on the blog. We sat for a while writing away ...
... and coves along the way but we didn't want to get caught up in them all and so paced out our walk. There were no dramas, no accidents and no injuries (apart from Daisy had to urgently go for a quick wee in the middle of the path twice whilst I was on guard)! During our walk though, I started an imaginary story about two girls walking through the bush and when I finished a bit, Daisy would continue. This was a fun game and it killed some ...
... four wines - not bad if you ask me. Daisy and I drank all the wine before she could discuss what we were looking for and we apparently did it all wrong. Oh well. We arrived late to our hostel and it's so beautiful here that Daisy and I have decided to stay another night so we can fully appreciate the place. The beaches look amazing and I can't wait to check them out later on and tomorrow. Our hostel is probably one of the nicer ones we've stayed in and funnier still ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking