Chestnut Ridge Farmstay B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... go my excitement levels are starting to go through the roof - along with my nerves. Leaving New Zealand to the other side of the world, no idea when I will be returning, no idea who I will meet, no idea where I will end up... BRING IT ON! First stop Kuala Lumpur, let the adventure begin! ...
... out of his vehicle. Apparently we shouldn't have been told we could stay as the park is not yet open for overnight parking. However, he was very nice about it when I explained I had actually phoned up and we did have a Pass. He explained he had already stopped one camper but told them they could stay hidden away where, one day, there WILL be campervan parking and we could stay there as well – but one night only. We had a very peaceful stolen night there, very ...
We left Auckland and headed North over the Auckland bridge, looking back to the city it's striking how shiny and new it all looks. First stop was Puhoi, a tiny town outside Auckland so that Rach could visit her grandads grave and have a wee chat with him. Stayed in the car to give her some privacy. We drove up the Kauri coast through Dargaville, home of the kumura (sweet potato). ...
... motorway in NZ. We went via side roads and picked up a car, which we've hire for a week. Initially everything went well as we transferred all our stuff from the van, signed and paid for the car, but as Rhianwyn took to the seat this changed. Having only driven an automatic once many years ago for a short time Rhianwyn struggled with the concept of having no gears. John thought she was deliberately trying to stall ...
... by the airport, although another 40 minutes south of us. We set off and finally got to our campsite just after 8 to find the place pretty packed. We got to our spot and set up the van for the last night. We can't believe its already the end of our trip in NZ, we could both easily spend another week discovering the NE part of the island, however Australia will be a welcomed sight with its warmth and sun (and hopefully a little less driving).