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... a pod of about 10 or more bottlenose dolphin that were doing theoir courtship displays. Jumping out of the water, etc. Spectacular. They followed us for about 20 minutes. Was a full day. Finished off at a Thai/Indian restaurant and a stop at the local ice cream stand (I did have the licquorice ice cream-good but not as good as hokey pokey!). Looking forward to a good night's ...
... phlebotomes' en francais?). Nous ne pouvions pas imaginer rester dans cette maison pendant dix jours, dormir dans ce lit et cuisiner dans cette cuisine - beurk. Donc nous avons annonce a notre hote hier qu'elle allait devoir trouver une autre alternative et nous sommes partis ce matin. Nous etions desoles pour elle, mais tellement tellement tellement soulages!
Nous avons roule autour de la baie, avons pris la barge a Russell, conduit davantage et ...
... to our room, got changed into warm clothes and sat in bed for about 20 minutes to warm up. Once we had warmed up, we took a little dingy to the shore. We walked along a deserted beach then began walking on a footpath up to an old world war 1 look out. At the top, the crew member who came with us pointed out all the different Islands, their names and then told us how the look out was used during the war. Once ...
... in the UK .
an other interesting thing is that a unfurling fern is a symbol of new life, peace and happiness.
in the afternoon we went for a walk and we were going to end up at some waterfalls but we turned back because it was getting to late. when we walked through a car park full of random chickens that were wondering round free they ...
Wednesday 9th April From Auckland I caught the bus to Paihia in the bay of islands arriving there in the late morning. The hostel I was staying at had bikes for free hire so I jumped on one and went for an explore. I cycled over the bridge to nearby Waitangi where the treaty between the Maori and Europeans was signed on February 6th 1840. I went for a look around the Waitangi Treaty grounds which included the European treaty house, traditional Whare Runanga ( ...