Flagstaff Lodge & Day Spa
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... flavor spectrum and was more juicy than most beef. After being blown away by the hiking during the day and the good conversation over supper, we decided to turn in early and try to recoup before hitting the trails again tomorrow. I’ll leave you with a quote on the wall at the restaurant where we ate- “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."
... what we've got used to now. Nowhere is packed solid not even the coast.
But by this time Steve's stomach was grumbling and his mouth was saying something like " not another museum ........ " I took the hint and we drove to the i site which had a cafe attached and as most i sites have, free WiFi. Food and WiFi and I have a happy hubby !! Lol
Full and FaceBook sated we headed to our destination, well, nearly.
Again in the rough guide I noticed a ...
After we left Waiheke we had some housekeeping to do. We took the camera to see if it could be repaired- then back to Thames to collect Olly's jacket! We didn't mind too much as our motel was in such a lovely spot. Thames is not a vey exciting place but was once a gold prospecting town and there are some buildings there that are straight out of some of the old Wild West films. It is also ...
... the bus and the driver gives us a run through of what the options are on things to do. I ended up booking a tour to swim with dolphins since this was all I really wanted to in Paihia, I decided to do it that afternoon since someone suggested it was better do it in the afternoon after the morning trip had already scouted out the dolphin locations.
We arrived in the glorious sunshine and within ten minutes the heavens had opened and there was a torrential ...
... fish and chips which we ate on the ferry back to Paihia.
After freedom camping last night we decided to pay for a site tonight so that we could shower and charge up our camper etc. we paid a whopping 35NZ$ to stay at Bay of Islands Campervan Park which offered unlimited free wifi - a real novelty in NZ so we jumped at the chance.
We spent the evening uploading photos and catching up with family about the wedding the day before.