Brown's Bay Olive Tree Motel & Apartment
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 500 chiefs many of them present at the official event which indeed took place at Paihia on a site next to our hotel. This is now a sort of open museum, very well maintained and instructive. The treaty, as treaties often are, is pretty contentious and its ramifications still discussed today. It is very much on the political agenda. By 1840 the British settlers and the Maori (fighting on both sides) had been fighting with ever increasing ferocity and some sort of settlement ...
... to come with me as I needed to the moral support. We started the climbing across the bridge and I remember looking down to the water and thinking "Oh that's not so bad, it doesn't look too far down"...but then we kept climbing and I stopped thinking that. We arrived at an enclosed pod in the centre of the bridge. My question of where I would be jumping was soon answered as an enormous door opened in the left side of the pod exposing the ocean far, ...
... It was a cool old car. We then went Takapona for a drink and then went to Westfield! In the evening we had a BBQ and Joe came around. On Tuesday we went into Aukland with Tim, had some lunch and looked around the town. It was a very nice place with the harbour and then the main streets a couple of minutes from each other. We looked around some shops and got ourselves some caps!! We had another BBQ in the evening with joe again. We went to a beach on the east coast the next day. It ...
... asking for some ice and it come within a few seconds. I used loud music on take off and landing which really helped with my anxiety. I had a few glasses of wine as well :-). I felt so much better on this flight. They had loads of films and tv shows and I bought a magazine at Auckland which all helped the 11 hours fly by. We arrived at 4pm (Japan time). The cold hit us like a smack in the face!! We had to train from Narita airport to where the hotel ...
... took some time to do a little shopping and had a fantastic dinner at a place called The Stables. Within The Stables there are 12 different restaurants and we picked the Bruschettateria which was a fantastic little Italian restaurant and yes the bruschetta was awesome!
Sunday was a very busy day as we wandered through Albert Park which was full of a number of ...