Absolute Bliss Apartments
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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 ...
... owner: Do you mean Whangarei (pronounced phan-ga-ray)
Manders: Oops think we'll be making this kind of a mistake a fair bit
Petrol Station owner: As long as you have a smile on your face then no one will mind :)
Having arrived in Paihia we annoyingly discovered that we were missing a hub cap, blaming it on the potholes 20k away we spent a fair part of our evening wandering in the dark with a ...
... local coffee shop and had a nice walk along the water. Just from this small bay we could see heaps of Islands, some big and some small. There are 144 Islands in total off Bay of Islands. We found a miniature library which looked like an old, red English post box. Aunty Tia found some Jehovah witness articles in there, it was nice to see an example of the worldwide preaching efforts. Then we went headed to the local bakery, but the boys ...
... of which has been destroyed through logging and farming. As hugging these massive trees is supposed to bring one safe travels, we had to make sure we did this.
Dusk fell just as we had finished in the forest. Our tour bus dropped us back off at the motel. Since we were both exhausted at this point, we went to the grocery store to buy some food for the night and the next day, and spent a relaxing evening in our room.
... great. They we so close that you often had to duck your head just to get past. The section with glow worms was great. It felt like they were so close that you could touch them. Out the other side, you continued on a bush walk, up and over the cave, and back to the start. We then were back on the bus, and headed back to Paihia, with a short stop at the ??? toilets. Back at Paihia, and after seeing the helicopter land and take off a number of times, we decided ...