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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... such elegance about them. I also noticed again today the breast cancer awareness pink wrapped bundles of hay. It said that the proceeds are for that purpose. Usually the hay is covered in green and lined up in heaps around a corner of the field . It is the feed for the cows and sheep during the winter and they protect it by wrapping it in plastic. It touched my soft spot with Rotem being a breast cancer survivor and being an ambassador ...
... oreos were too much to bare. It was altogether an exhilirating but very sandy experience - We were still finding sand in our ears the next morning. On Monday morning we drove ourselves south for a brief one night stopover in the pretty seaside town of Okwera where we enjoyed some delicious seafood and the opportunity to completely empty our rucksacks (anyone who's stayed in a shared dorm for a prolonged period of time will know the joys of ...
... was in a place in Russell where the girl who made our pizzas was from Portree!
On Sunday we took the passenger ferry from Russell over to Paihia and visited the Waitangi Treaty Grounds where Queen Victoria’s representative William Hobson and nearly fifty Maori chiefs signed the treaty. This document remains central to the race relations of NZ today, but unfortunately the Maori rights that were guaranteed within the Treaty have not been ...
... a larger air tank as well so, for once, I wasn't the first person to run out of air!
After the dive we returned to Russell to pick up the car, before heading south. After a minor satnav error we found ourselves on the long, winding Russell Road, rather than the road to the car ferry. It was a longer route, but the scenery was more impressive so we decided to continue along this route, rather than turning back to the ferry. With hindsight we ...
... to the oranges rowing in their orchard. Then we started the long drive to Cape Reinga which is the most northern point of New Zealand. The journey was mainly coastal so we found a gorgeous spot to park up for lunch at Cable Bay, felt like we were in paradise! Just before we got to Cape Reinga we stopped at the Giant Te Paki sand dunes where we hired sand boards to slide down the dunes. We climbed up the huuuuge dunes ...