Absolute Bliss Apartments
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... off the coast in different shades of blue, seeing pods of dolphins around the Bay of Islands whilst on the cruise and a pigmy minky whale.
Culinary escapades: Disappointing date night visiting Swordies for green lipped mussels - last year so tasty, this year chewy dishwashing water, so with refund in hand we toddled off for a trusty Beef Saag and Vege Korma (Helens pick - waaaayy to mild, bring out the mirch!!)
... 8216;Juice on the Loose’. I sat sipping bubbly, Mike with his beers, and the girls munching their way trough a treat of cupcakes and crisps. It was like taking a step back in time in the venue room; wood clad walls, and polished wood floors, various flags pinned to the ceiling, a wooden bar with a small selection of bottled beers and wines in small fridges at the back, no draught beer and crisps and nibbles in a box under the counter. The music was fun to listen ...
... be, then we carried on to Paihia. I couldn't believe the amount of Toi Toi's on the side of the road! Although I remember them as a kid I don't remember there being so many.
We got our first view of Paihia and the gorgeous Bay Of Islands at about 5:30pm… what a sight! We quickly checked in to our motel 'Casa Bella'. Then jumped in the car again and headed for 'Countdown' or as we call it in ...
We woke to find ourselves in the Bay of Islands. Our day began early with a 6.30 alarm and a room service breakfast. We gathered essential belongings which today included water and a warm jacket. With tickets, photo ID and sea pass we made our way to the theatre to collect our excursion stickers, then we made our way down to the tender.
The tender docked in Waitangi, there were free shuttle buses to Paihia, a ferry to Russell ...
An early start again - up at 6am to be picked up at 7am for a day trip to Cape Reinga which is the most northerly tip of New Zealand. Our coach is called a Dune Rider.
After travelling through some nice countryside our first stop was at the Gumdiggers Park. This is where they have found some of NZ's oldest Kauri trees. The Maori first started collecting gum (resin) for trading. From 1870 to 1920 gum digging was the major source ...