Flagstaff Lodge & Day Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Pink. This is how the farmers wives get involved here. You don't see it everywhere but you could spot the occasional pink amongst the green.
We drove through many small and midsize city , some of whose name I could ***********ounce. Most names are in the Maori language and these names frequently double syllables and have lots of vowels in them. We drove passed Auckland and briefly saw its needle and all the sailboats in the bay. It ...
... to spread the contents of your bag out on the floor) before heading back to Auckland on Tuesday to return our lovely hire car. Quick shout out to our amazing Mazda 2 that diligently played our summer tunes, hosted our sandy bottys and beared the brunt of the exploding backpacks - we salute you. We're joining the Kiwi Bus on Thursday so look out for more stories and adventures as we explore much more of New Zealand. Hugs and kisses, Immy and ...
... are ongoing discussions between the NZ Government and the Maori Tribes but no national apology (like Australia) is forth coming with protests and marches by the indigenous tribes and their supporters at regular intervals. Waitangi Day is on 06 February (national holiday) and I will be in Christchurch on that day so hope to view some of the various public events. The Waka (maori canoe) in the picture is taken out on 06 Feb in Paihai, with the 60+ ...
... have turned back as some of the corners were a bit scary and I don't think Fiona enjoyed my driving too much...
We eventually reached Whangarei, where we had a one night stopover on the way back to Auckland. We actually arrived just in time to see the Doctor Who Christmas special!
We left New Zealand the following day. We'd had a great time there and seen many incredible sights but it was time to head back to Singapore to celebrate New Year.
... and enjoyed the views and got our breath back before flying head first down the dunes which was great fun! After shaking off the sand we got back in the van and headed to Cape Reinga. Once we arrived we walked to a lighthouse which is right on the cliff edge, the views made us feel like we were standing on the edge of the world. This is where the Tasman sea and the Pacific Ocean meet which you could actually see. We then started ...