Flagstaff Lodge & Day Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... back a few years into a hillbilly town. 'Um why have we stopped here?' I asked nervously. The response is that we need to stock up on supplies here as there may not be any shops at our destination. Where in gods name are we going?! Despite my reservations, the quaint little bay wasn't the back of beyond as expected and is a welcome calm before the storm that is sure to await in Rio! Woohoo! A mini hike through the nature reserves proved adventurous as I attempted to scale ...
... hitting the button after the dolphins had jumped! The water was beautiful and clear so we had no problem in seeing those dolphins that just swam next to the boat. The sail was great, and with the exception of the sail throu the Rock as there was a fair ‘swell’ I felt find and it was really hot so hence why I have the hat on!
The following day we drove up to Cape Reinga where the Tasman Sea meets the Pacific Ocean and is also the most northly point of ...
... remnant of these tress in northern NZ. Glad we got to see them.
We are now back on the east coast of northern NZ in the Bay of Island area. We are staying in Russell, the oldest European settlement in NZ. Tomorrow will be visiting the village day and also a cruise to see the various islands in the area. On our way to Russell we stopped to find a couple of geocaches along the way and also saw the "Hundertwasser ...
... Phoebe were in their element. Armed with little bags, they combed that beach inch by inch looking for pretty shells, apparently to decorate their own ‘dream catchers’ with. I think we brought back half the beach with us. I’m not sure how big these dream catchers are going to be, as I am surprised the boat didn’t sink with all the extra weight. Leaving our names written in the sand and with Alice still asleep, we boarded the boat for the final ...
... br> The Bay of Islands was one place in particular I was really looking forward to going. The crystal blue seas, the bright green islands, the yellow sand. Unfortunately as we were visiting in early autumn, it was a bit more overcast than I'd have liked. But it was warm and breezy, and the soft sand felt better on your toes than the *********es of Sussex beaches.
The first thing I did was book myself on a full day horse trek. My coffee coloured pony ...