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... to meet our first sailing adventure on yacht
Harlequin under skipper Jim, a Scottish pilot and his wonderful wife Sue. it
took us 5 days to sail nearly 500 miles around the north island to the
Bay of Islands. How much we had to learn!!! Its funny how sometimes you really
don’t realize until your in the thick of it!! At least this way you know quite
quickly if something really is for you! Its certainly not for speed freaks and
... what life was like for Maori people and their traditions including traditional greetings, war dances and love songs.The boys got taught the haka which was very amusing to watch the concentration on their faces, and we then sat down to a feast of roast lamb and chicken cooked in a traditional hot rocks underground stove. Amazing food, we all returned home with our bellies full! The next morning was a boys and girls affair. Feeling tired the girls decided to take some time ...
... hobby, it is a passion that
they shared to each other’s during 80 minutes. It is the biggest rugby league
in New Zealand so there are a couple of All Black’s players and you can feel a
relationship between the fans and the players and it gives a lot of motivation
to the players and this is probably why the Blues won the game 40-30. It is not
rare to see a grandfather, a father and ...
... Early wake-ups are the order of the day of the Green bus and we were up at 6am to leave the next day to go to Waitomo. In Waitomo we took a day trip to do blackwater tubing which consists of taking a car inner tube and jumping into water on them and then exploring the caves. We went to the glowworm caves of Waitomo which is quite a sight when it is pitch black. The glowworms and also the banter in the group made the freezing cold water bearable. Nighttime was more of the same as ...
... Mr H spent much of the tour wittering about the "real" two towers in Birmingham and the Ivy Bush Pub, and was more enthusiastic about the vegetable garden than the hobbit-holes, but we both enjoyed our pint at the Green Dragon (ginger ale for Mr H and an Amber Ale for me!)
We drove on to Rotorua after the tour, which we will cover in the next blog...
Lots of love from NZ!
Lyndsey & Martin
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Auckland Ellerslie Greenlane
Staying here is always like returning back home to family. Iris the most amazing hotel in the entirety of New Zealand with the exception of Chateau on the Park in Christchurch
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