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... had designed the ship and had helped to finance the project (using the proceeds of he sale of his farm). He explained that they had sailed the ship from England to Sydney some yard' ago and it had taken a couple of years. The ship is now part of a Trust that provides young people with sailing experience. As he spoke, I thought that he looked like "Walt" the mate of Crocodile Dundee. He also sounded like him. I nearly asked but rum red that I recall, I think, reading ...
... alternative offered was a bit of a rust bucket with an automatic gearbox so Plan A it was. They drive on the left so that's easy although the indicators are on the right of the steering wheel so I kept turning on the wipers instead which amused me but confused the hell out of drivers behind me. We headed north on State Highway 1 before seeing a sign for a historic village named Puhoi. We turned off to have a quick look and ...
... us just enough time to grab lunch at the camper. The Bay of Islands consists of 144 islands and the tour started off with us sailing past many of these as we searched for marine life on route to ‘The Hole’. It was chilly on the boat but the sun was out bringing out the blue in the sky and ocean giving us absolutely gorgeous views of the islands.
Despite an advertised 95% success rate in seeing dolphins we saw nothing, but we still had the ...
We were ready and waiting at 6:45 when the coach collected us to start us on our journey north to the Bay of Islands. After collecting us we called at another couple of hotels for other travellers and then went to the coach station where we changed onto the luxury coach which would carry us on our four hour journey to Paihia in the Bay of Islands. The coach driver was called Kenny and boy, could Kenny talk. Having donned his headset we had ...
... cloudy which is a bit of a shame. Sunshine would really enhance the view. Lunch is another pie, a beer and a relax writing this blog while watching a bit of cricket on the box. Well played the Black Caps especially Brendon McCullum - 302 runs. Walked into town and enjoyed a Good George IPA at the Sauce. Micro brewery in Hamilton! Picked up fish and chips on the way back. Will run a competition soon to see how many pounds I will put on by the end of ...