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... take pics in a gents public toilet and no George Michael was not in there !! I also took the camera into the ladies and took pics as did some other very bemused american ladies !! Lol Another first for this small but exciting town is that it has a railway line going through the middle of the town with cars either side. And amazingly, timing was in our favour again because Fri - Sun each week 3 times a day the steam train puffs its way right through the middle of the town street. ...
... and entertaining with his really bad jokes. We checked out the war canoes (wakas), Busby's House and the Maori hall that was gifted to the grounds. We then had a little play in the field by the flagpole, as there were cricket and football paraphernalia littered about seemingly free to play with and Lotte got super excited about kicking (or more often throwing) the football into the goal.
We returned to camp and chilled, ...
... phlebotomes' en francais?). Nous ne pouvions pas imaginer rester dans cette maison pendant dix jours, dormir dans ce lit et cuisiner dans cette cuisine - beurk. Donc nous avons annonce a notre hote hier qu'elle allait devoir trouver une autre alternative et nous sommes partis ce matin. Nous etions desoles pour elle, mais tellement tellement tellement soulages!
Nous avons roule autour de la baie, avons pris la barge a Russell, conduit davantage et ...
... Everything was new, modern, clean and stylish! We got in some beer and food and met our new friend from Florida, Lindsey. 8th Dec The next morning we went for a swim in the bay at the front of the hostel, feezing but we slowly acclimatised! In the afternoon we decided to have an easy day and take the ferry to Russell. We think perhaps we visited at the wrong time of the ...
... again. I could get used to this…Mmm or maybe the novelty will wear off after a few days.On the schedule for this morning was the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, which is described in our travel books as perhaps the most important historical site in New Zealand, where in 1840 Queen Victoria’s representative William Hobson and Maori chefs first signed their accord with the British crown; the Treaty of Waitangi - New Zealand’s founding ...