Flagstaff Lodge & Day Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... by the indigenous tribes and their supporters. Waitangi Day is on 06 February and I will be in Christchurch on that day which is a public holiday for various public events. The Waka (maori canoe) in the picture is taken out on 06 Feb in Paihai, with the 60+ paddlers coming from local men and boys. We had a great guide and found the time flew in, before we headed back to the ferry.
June and Iain’s last day in Russell was spent at the Omata Estate Winery ...
I awoke to the howling of wind and driving rain knocking on my window. This is the day of the wedding and I was thinking it is going to be a washout. I looked out at the turbulent ocean while I gad breakfast and felt sorry that after all the preparations it might might be a big disaster.
I took a walk through the town and ended up in a coffee shop where I ...
... an awesome dinner of steak and all the trimmings! After dinner was the coolest experience of my life! We went night kayaking under the stars, which there were absolutely millions of because the ozone layer over New Zealand is so thin. There's also this crazy algie that when disturbed glows and shimmers like diamonds which just made the whole experience amazing it looked like it does in the film life of pi! The amazing evening was rounded up with a few wines and playing pool. Best day ...
... now has a thriving little tourist industry going, all based on its public conveniences. These must be the only toilets in the world where you can hang about inside and outside taking photographs without getting either beaten up or arrested.
Paihia is a lovely little tourist town on the shore of the Bay of Islands and another small town called Russell is on the other side. We park up and have something to eat and then take the little ferry ...
... under the water still. It was horrendous. I wanted to throw them damn small things away! I managed to swim up to some rocks and hurled them on to them so we could carry on. We got bored shortly after and my cramp had faded but the next challenge was getting out of this place. This time I had nothing on my feet to walk on the rocks with. Being ever so careful not to slip (we know I'm prone) I managed to clamber my way up and find a clear bit with no seaweed to jump ...