Acacia Lodge Motel
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... their final journey from this earth. No food or drink are allowed on the peninsular. We then made our way back to a roadside restaurant for a late lunch where we had delicious multiple Choice of hot food. The bus then returned us to our pick up point to return us to our campervan. We had a really great day and for the two of us around £55. We then came to our Campsite to plan our trips for the ...
... pass that had a road like a race track! Nia did a great run down the dune and very nearly ended up in the river (see video). The Maori driver Robert was most entertaining and informative and keep us laughing all day with his jokes. The 90 mile beach is a sight to see & the coach drove the whole length on it - 85 km! We took the coastal road home via Manganoui for world famous fish & ...
After breakfast we went and picked up Sid – our campervan for the next 60 days (sorry but all our vehicles have been named). Sid is compact (not as compact as Gerty) and most importantly it has an inside shower and toilet – luxury.
Before leaving the hotel we caught the traffic news on the TV news channel. Bearing in mind that this is a big city, the traffic report consisted of information regarding three blocked highways; by a horse, two ...
... sand is like flour, super fine, supposedly mined at one time for its purity.
After our beach combing we head towards Cape Reinga. This is the far most Northern tip of New Zealand. It is also were the waters of the Tasman Sea and the Atlantic merge. We camp at Spirits Bay, another drop dead gorgeous beach! Tomorrow we will explore Sprits Bay and also drive the remainder of the trip to Cape Reinga.
... Zealand. Normally we’d drive up, but oddly it’s actually very cost-effective to do a tour instead, which saves quite a few hours of driving and means we can come back via 90 Mile Beach (pretty much all hire cars are banned from it as part of the hire agreement). However, it’s not an auspicious start as our transport fails to collect us at the allotted time, particularly when a phone call to the company yields no reference to our booking whatsoever (we ...