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... 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. The Treaty remains central to the race relations of NZ today, but unfortunately the Maori rights that were guaranteed have seldom been upheld. There are ongoing discussions between the NZ Government and the Maori Tribes but no national apology is forth coming with protests ...
... the results- Yesterday our unit was right beside a bubbling stream which you could hear as you woke up, almost as nice the birds that used to wake us up at Julie's house. She lives right beside a park and the birds there are pretty noisy in the morning( particularly the butcher bird which has a wonderful song), but what a wonderful way to wake up!
Enjoy yourself it is later than you think!
... night on, there's a few over groups and families on it aswell so we got to mingle. First thing we did was get a paintball gun out and shoot at this random plastic duck floating off the back of the boat, I was one and only two girls to hit it! We next went fishing which was so cool with proper rods and squid as mate. Of course I picked it up and waved it in all the girls faces! I even caught a fish! But it was too small so we had to put it back, but the ones big enough were put on the ...
... today to the Bay of Islands and are to be staying at a B and B called Decks of Paihia in a town called Paihia. On the way Richard and Carole have recommended we go to the toilet in Kawakawa. This is not because they know about my bladder problem but because it is an architectural wonder. It was designed by an Austrian artist called Frederick Hundertwasser and apparently people come from all over the world to see it. Kawakawa used to be a one horse ...
... her up. After her little outburst I got her to put her mask and snorkel on and just look down and breathe. Holding hands we slowly paddled around checking out the marine life. It was pretty dead. Saw a few fish and nothing amazing but I was so surprised she actually went through with it. Of course I got this unbearable pain coming from my foot and yes, you've guessed it, I got a cramp. I took the stupidly small flipper off and tried to stretch it out ...