The White House
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... visitor center and the former residence of James Busby, who arrived in 1832, having been appointed to protect British commerce and to put an end to the brutalities of whaling captains against the Maori. Even though he had neither the authority or force of arms to enforce peace, he gained the confidence of the Maori as he also involved himself in settling disputes between Maori tribes.
The Busby residence is known as the Treaty House, as ...
... walked back along the road hoping to hitchhike despite Tom's protests that we would never get picked up we were almost immediately picked up by a sort of chilled surfer (stoner) dude who kindly dropped us off back at our hostel. After a nice warm shower we washed our clothes and chilled for the rest of the day. Hoping for some better weather in the days to come so we can do some water sports. ...
... Highlight of my trip so far! Haha, when we arrived in Bay of Islands we checked into hostel then I went for a walk and just chilled out, read some of my book and really got into it again.. Then I walked to the supermarket and get some food supplies!! after I did some research for my trip to Austalia and I booked my flight from Brisbane to cairns today so was all good!! then I had dinner and had an early night ...
... 40 year old man.. Who makes me feel sick! I won't be getting much sleep tonight!! I didn't stay in dorm for long and infact every time I went back to the dorm the 2 guys where in there playing card games and drinking, I felt so awkward! So I had a wonder around the shops in the city and brought the third hunger games book as it was on special offer! It's very big though and I'm going to try not read it until I get to Australia! I ...
... of being the only passengers on the ferry.
Paihia has the feel of the cheap version of russell - a bit like Cromer compared with Burnham Market. But we didn't stay long as the Waitangi Treaty Grounds were a 2km walk out of town. It has been a hell of a windy day - thankfully we chose to go on our boat trip yesterday. We spoke to a camp site neighbour who had been out this morning on the same trip and he said quite a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking