Killyrudden Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We left the Bay of Islands yesterday. I was sad to go! What started off as a rainy gloomy part of my travels, and what was suppose to only last a few days, ended with a beautiful sailing trip to stingray cove and new friendships after 6 days. I'll definitely go back to the Bay of Islands one day. From the Bay of Islands to Coromandel Peninsula, I had to stop at Matupouri Bay. It's a very small town with not much to do, BUT there is a hidden mermaid pool that's on my "must do" list. ...
... an unforgettable experience.
Thanks to all for keeping in touch,with your lovely comments and sharing this amazing journey with me. Very special thanks to my dear New Zealand friends for a wonderful finish to a wonderful holiday.
I will be back in a heart beat to visit these amazing countries and these fantastic people.
"Life is not about the destination but about the journey." Its up to us to enjoy the ride!!
... population. The rest were undeclared or reported no religion.
31. What is the climate there?
The weather is beautiful! They have opposite seasons than we do, so they are in fall right now. Typically it is between 70 and 80 degrees during the day, and can fall to about 50 at night. The North Island stays pretty warm even into the winter.
32. Do they use any special means of transportation?
... worse! The water of the Pacific is just the right temperature, clear as glass and we both had a nice swim. Yet currents are quite tricky and strong, just as on the Atlantic coast in France, and a life-guard is stationed on this beach most of the day.
This life-guard indicated us where to find the hot springs, and after a some toe-testing we discovered spots where the sand was quite warm, even in knee-deep waves. An hour ...
... as one man's access through the uncut bush to get firewood from non-native pine trees and clay for his pottery from areas of the bush otherwise difficult to reach. People began to ask him for rides on his works trains. The emphasis changed slowly from pottery to railway operation. In 2013 they carried 70,000 passengers. We cycled back down to town and met the others. We happened to come across Jane of Coromandel Cabs in ...