Flagstaff Lodge & Day Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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An interesting discussion over breakfast, with some fellow guests, shows that we are all victims of early school education. He is telling us about some Maori predecessor NZ residents clled the Moriori who were kicked out, killed and or assimilated. A bit of internet research shows that this group were also Maoris and that the narrative suited an …
An early start this morning, as we are booked on a boat to go in search of Dolphins. This proves quite different from our earlier dolphin hunting expedition, where it was the two of us in a small boat with an outboard motor. This is a proper boat and there are about 40 other hunters with us. It is made very apparent that there are some rules of the …
Nadine and I meet up quite easily in Auckland to begin our great perambulation around the Land of the Long White Cloud.
Our first stage is to drive north from the airport to the Bay of Islands about a three and a half hour drive. Auckland is in a lovely location but is small - at least if the time it takes to cross the sity on the highway …
Went to bay of islands today it was so beautiful. I got some souvenirs for everyone at home. Everything is so expensive, the money we brought isn't going anywhere. We went on a big yellow and black catamaran for a tour of the islands. There are 144 islands that have been counted. Captain Cook was the first to discover them and called it the bay of islands but the native Maoris called it "many hiding places". Captain cook discovered one of the islands that was inhabited, and his ...
Tane- Mahuta, he is the largest tree in NZ and possibly the largest tree I have ever seen- He is estimated to be 4000 years old and is 17.7 M in circumference and 51.5 M high - One could apparently build 14 houses with the wood- Luckily he is protected! He is called the lord of the forest. We also saw a number of other Kauri trees including the second largest ( Te Matua Ngahere: The father of the forest) he is 16.41 M in ...