Twin Pines Tourist Park
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Journeying further up north, the weather seemed to get worse and worse, getting to the point that the surrounding hills were covered in mist and we could just about see the cars ahead of us. Soon realising we had missed the turning for our next campsite we carried on north to Paihia. We wondered around Paihia and it dawned upon us that we hadn't …
Tuesday 21 JanuaryThere was quiet a bit of rain overnight so pleased we had a cabin. On the news it sounds as though the weather will stay bad for most of the day. We phone around campsites and get a basic cabin booked for 60 dollars on Twin Pines (www.twinpines.co.nz).
We head off to waipoua forest to look at the ancient Kauri tree (Tane …
... we didn't get to swim with dolphins we got a voucher for a free ticket to another trip. I had time to do this again the next morning, but having just been in Vegas I think I'd had enough of gambling.
That evening the hostel was running a barbecue and then the bar had two guys with guitars playing live. It was pretty nice and I got talking with an Israeli guy about this game a friend of his invented where a computer gives individuals at a house party ...
... across the bay and we were besieged by competitors in both towns. It is a 3 km swim across the bay with a fair head wind yet the swimmers seemed to be really enthusiastic. We took the Ferry! We had $22 NZ left to spend so I bought a couple of Beanies and we had fish & chups on the waterfront before heading back to the ship. The exit from The Bay of Islands was spectacular as the various islands dotted through this area was transversed before our long trek back to ...
The date from the 21st October to 25th October I have rolled into one combined blog. I have been quite poorly and could not summon the energy or enthusiasm to make entries. Apologies if you have been following my blog. So 21st October braved the local rail network for a twenty minute journey into Auckland City Centre. I took control of the travel plans and headed for platform two into Auckland. Just before boarding I did the thing that no man ever needs to ...