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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... Falls again so we could get a time-lapse of it. When we got there, there were chickens everywhere! We went down to the waterfall and got a quick time-lapse and some pictures as the gates were due to be closed at any point.
Went back to the car but couldn’t leave as there were chickens under it, a woman had to come over a shoo them away.
Got back to Kerikeri about 5:30pm, in time for pizza! Watched Big Hero 6 and then had an early ...
... so varied. You go from cool and breezy fiordlands in the south, to tropical sandy islands in the north. It's quite amazing for such a small country. One of these gorgeous inlets is called the "Bay of Islands," where we stopped. The closest little town to the dock was Paihia, and from there, we took a ferry, at another passenger's urging, to Russell Island. Russell turned out to be a very ...
Aboard the catamaran "Dolphin Seeker" we sailed around the Bay of Islands in perfect sunny weather. Captain James Cook counted 144 Islands in this bay, which must have looked like Paradise to those early explorers. Most have little vegetation, are uninhabited and come in many different shapes and sizes. Our destination is the " Hole in the Rock", ...
... of the boat. We were lucky as the sea conditions have to be right for the boat to go through the archway. Then the boat turned to go back into the bay. After about 30 minutes we docked on one of the Islands, Urupukapuka. There were a few buildings there although it is not inhabited. Some were Department of Conservation buildings and these included sheep pens. We were able to leave the catamaran for 40 minutes and could walk up a hill for a good ...
... dinner and help prepare and set the table, we watched her cook and took many tips away with us. Willem would cook for us generally twice a week because he only had two dishes, (haha!) however both fantastic and it would then give poor Betty a break from us Woofers! Our fellow Woofers were wonderful and they all had one thing in common, they were all bloody German and in NZ to learn and improve their English! Aha except one french lady Valerie, who arrived the same day as ...