Absolute Bliss Apartments
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... to try again and will keep you posted on that!
On our hunt for them, we did get to see some other wildlife, namely gannets which we saw diving for food under the water, and shags which had chicks which we watched being fed by the mothers (regurgitation). After lunch at Otehei bay on one of the islands (we had lovely views whilst eating and then hiked up the hill on the island for some stunning views of the bay) the crew fed the fish in the water and we caught our ...
... of a better exit strategy. Instead, I though I could just charge the beach and leap out quickly, with ended with me basically just stepping into the sea with my shoes and socks on. As I write this a day later, they are still drying out, and they've been through a tumble dryer three times. The way back was a lot windier, so good for sailing, and I had quite a long stint stearing the boat.
Today, Dan, Alice and Beth followed me along a short ...
... today on a winters day so I'm sure the water and the views to the islands will be even better when it's summer. We had two campsite choices for tonight. The one we stayed at last night or another one which seemed pretty much the same distance away (according to the app anyway). We chose the one South of us, had a decent feed and set off. Turns out the app was totally wrong our 30 minute ish drive to the camp spot took an hour and a half and it definitely wasn't the 40 Kms it said it was. We got there ...
... were pleasantly surprised when our skipper quickly got word of another boat who'd found a pod of dolphins. Suze and I were sat on the deck of the boat and the dolphins were so close to us we could have easily reached out and touched them. There were about 30 dolphins in the pod all with different names which the dolphin expert Floppy (yes her name is Floppy) pointed out. Our favourite dolphin was baby Charlie, he was tiny ...
... Sybilla and I were on the top bed, Lauren on the small and parently people up back, but when I woke up Lauren and dad had swaped places.
We woke up and had brekkie.we went into town for lunch because we woke up late.dad went into a shop and booked a boat ride around the bay of islands.on the ride we saw baby and mummy dolphins,went through New Zealend's famous hole in the rock.we stopped at ...