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Up early, time for a quick skype back home to England and then we packed up and left lovely Whitianga with a heavy heart - it was a great place to stay.
We drove back to Auckland and the same hotel in Parnell where we were able to check in early and leave our bags and then we took the hire car back. After a circuitous …
... that in the 60s this was quite a hippy colony and it seems that some of them have never left. There is one who sings outside the supermarket every day, and has probably been singing about "leaving on a jet plane" for 50 years. It all adds to the great atmosphere.
Got Dad on a paddle board, but unfortunately no photograph! Quite keen to have another go as it looks great fun, but is quite a bit harder than it looks.
... have improved as well, if the weather doesn't improve we're in trouble as we only bought Summer clothes with us, good excuse to buy new clothes huh?
Its going to be fun driving around the islands, it doesn't really matter if I get us lost it'd be half the fun, as long as we get to see what we plan and we're in Queenstown 3 days before we fly home.
Shall sign off now and I'll put some photo's up soon.
Maggie and Peter in Auckland NZ
... down and we are going to build a frame for a bed ourselves. That should be a piece of cake, right?
Other than getting the car, we did also see a bit of Auckland while we were here. It was OK – very much a big city feel about it. I’m sure it has some cool stuff to offer somewhere. K’ Road had loads of strip clubs, for example.
So our next destination is the Northland – here is to hoping Houdi is a great ...
Left Coromandel, driving north up some bendy nauseating roads to Newchums beach. An untouched, picturesque beach, with an orchestra of chiming birds the gentle lapping of the sea surrounded by a large limestone bay. Voted to be in the top 20 beaches in the world by the Lonely Planet. It was a trek to walk there but well worth it. Spent half ...