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... understatement. Lovely switchbacks, with a rough track and long unprotected drops into the undergrowth. It turns out the SAS use this place for serious training! It's remote, very wild and utterly fabulous. The view for Nightingales Farm Retreat is simply outstanding. The house is pretty big and our annex is very comfortable. All power is locally generated by Solar or a generator. I feel quite at home up here. Scott and Karyn provided us with a great supper on ...
... searching for a good breakfast venue, and found one in a small town called Hahei at a beach cafe. Tony had the full Monty breakfast and Hels, being more adventurous and wanting to taste good local produce, had Turkish Eggs!!!! After breakfast we decided to continue North towards Cooks Beach and Ferry Landing. These are areas where in 1769 Captain Cook arrived, settled for 12 days in his ship Endeavour and proceeded to rename everything he saw. He called ...
... now the girls are thick as thieves! We found the Bach (old original wooden building) very easily. We had a lovely greeting as Frank and Lorrain's grandchildren, Oliver aged 4 and Liam aged 3, came to the front door and with a big smile asked who was Tony and who was Helen. The boys were as excited as we are to be here in Whangamata again. We had quick catch up and then off to the beach with the boys. It is a fabulous beach with lots of offshore ...
... roof of our bach, which was a bit disconcerting. Evie, though, slept right through what seemed like WWII. I think some of the bach tenants around us were having a bit of a competition with their fireworks, but we didn't mind... all the better for us to ring in the New Year.
And, shockingly, George was right... the "Summer Breeze" bubbly was not really that amazing. Ha ha!
Oh well... 2014 will be! And for all five of us, I'm sure!
Woke up at whangarei early in am plan to get to Bay of Islands today. Got there about 1130 am , it takes us about 2hours to get sorted each morning. Arrived in Paihia and booked 4 hour cruise for the afternoon , took the ferry across to Russel a lovely little town across the bay. Has lunch over looking the harbour before out on a catamaran out amount the 140 Islands of the Bay. It was really very spectacular , hard to put into words really.seeing the swimming with the ...
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