Abilene Garden Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... Christine went to the basement to do a bit of tourist tat buying, unfortunately during the process somehow managed to lose her camera! We did report it to lost and found - but no joy I am afraid. An eventful first day. 22nd - risked a short trip to The Motat Museum (transport and plane museum, but got back to the feeling extremely unwell and went strait back to the campsite and bed (8o'clock!) 23rd. Woke up feeling distinctly unwell with many ...
... curious and there was a duck that walked right pun to me and stood there for a while then wondered of again.
on the way back we saw a sine that said destroy wild ginger before it destroys our forest when we got home i looked wild ginger up and discovered that it was a big bushy plant and it spreads very quickly so ground plants can't grow around it. ...
... thought dolphins were so big the ones we saw were bottle nose and massive clearly they've been to Mongonui eating fish and chips too. Next we headed to the "hole in the rock" which is basically an arch which has broken off from an island. All the old people were loving it. It was cool but I've seen a lot of erosional features in my time still not as nice as Durdle Door although I have to admit it was a bit of fun going through it. After our trip through the hole in ...
We thought it would be a shame to be in the bay of islands and not cruise around so we booked our day trip. It was so nice. Each island is more beautiful than the other and it is not crowded with tourists. There are about 4 boats, like the one we took, per day going around the area and it takes about 2 hours at quite a speed to go from one end of the bay to the other. Pretty quiet then.
There is the option to swim with the ...
... New Zealand sun. Apple Dam is not really a dam at all. It is a grassy opening with lillies surrounding a small pond. Songs of kiwi birds echoed in the forest. About an hour and a half later, two more gents showed up. Tyler and Steven from Canada and Scotland. We all made our own dinners and interjected in conversations. We made a small campfire and went to bed early. We have a difficult section to tramp tomorrow, so it was nice to have a fairly easy day ...