Rainbow Falls Lodge B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it like 5 minutes in before passing out. Last weekend we made plans to go to deans parents house way up north. So when Dean got off work he picked Josh Andy and I up and we headed to Jo's house. Aaron Dean Andy and I rode in one car and Josh Reuben and Jo rode in another. Aaron drives semi professionally so we went pretty fast on these curvy ass roads. It was fun as. We tried to see which car could drink the most on the way down. Everyone wins with that game. Andy got super stoked ...
... ate our pie whilst waiting, they were very nice steak and cheese. The bus came very early, so we got on so we could have seats together.
The bus journey wasn’t bad, the busses weren’t as good as the Greyhound ones as they didn’t have wifi or usb charging.
I fell asleep for a bit, until I got a bit cold. Ari had bought a jumper along, which we both tried to fit ...
Thursday 12th. Leisurely day back to Auckland. Went on bar crawl in the evening Friday 13th. Drove to hot water beach. Driving through the coromandel peninsula was stunning. Beautiful forests and steep climbs. Stayed in a caravan park place which was set in beautiful countryside near hot water beach. Dropped stuff off then drove to cathedral cove, one of the top 10 beaches in the world. The walk was quite a hike but well worth it. The beach has been shown in ...
... it’s a luxury, near deserted island with a population of around 40. The weather was just perfect, with splitting blue skies and beautifully warm around 10am where we went to catch our water taxi out to the island. Our skipper, TY was an absolute legend and told us all the best spots for snorkelling. Enroute, we picked up two families with their kids. The first family were lucky enough to know someone on Roberton Island and were staying there for a few days. ...
... the treaty signed under. There is also a Maori Marae, a carved meeting house, that was built for the centenary of the treaty being signed, along with a large carved war canoe. The war canoe is now an official warship, after our current Queen asked if they would give her the honour of placing HMS before its name.
The Marae hosts cultural performances and we attend one. I'm normally a bit weary of going to these sorts of things, usually just being tourist traps, but this one ...