Blue Pacific Apartments Paihia
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... their free wifi for half an hour or so to upload a few photos! Went back to the hostel and just chilled in the lounge with a few others and watched a film on the TV. At 2.15pm out driver Jarred came to collect us and we got back on our Kiwi bus. Had to put the iPod on on the way as couldn't handle Jarred's poor taste in music any longer! Auckland ...
... I asked dad how to get down to the beach and he joked that you could just roll down in an instant, of course dying, but at least on a beautiful beach. Anyways, enough about dying and walking off huge cliffs. I looked down at the sea. You could see the sand mixing among with the waves, and distant islands fading away. Absolutely breathtaking. Breathtaking, breathtaking, breathtaking. I finally knew the meaning of the word. It ...
... we couldn't do this very well. Met some really decent people on my new bus and we're all on it together until we get to Wellington on Thursday, so that makes things so much more fun. Really feeling quite settled here and I'm having just the best time ever!! Saturday 14th Today we drove to waitomo, which in Maori means water running under a cave, or something like that! We got there mid afternoon and had some time to kill before we went caving at 5.45, so went to ...
... on time at the Dive centre.
meeting at 8 am at the dive centre
After filling out the forms, getting our gear and a quick introduction of the dive masters we were already on the Calypso, the boat that was going to take us out to sea.
Although the skipper had promised smooth seas, it was pretty choppy with 3m swells, even on the large boat. The smaller boat that was travelling parallel to us shot out of the water entirely a couple of ...
... were on the water as well from a cruise ship, yachts, to tiny motor boats. Many people go to Urupukapuka island to camp and it is also a stopping point for people who go out to see the hole in the rock. There is a large island with a hole in the bottom that people like to look at and some boats will pass through. I had seen enough famous rocks in Australia that I wanted to skip this one. On Urupukapuka there ...