Central Court Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of living close to nature. He was largely self-sufficient using solar panels, a water wheel and biological water purification. The loos were his final commission, incorporating broken tiles, glass bottles and found objects into the design in a style reminiscent of Gaudi.
... and then to take a swim with them in the slightly cool but tolerable water. When I first entered the water and started swimming away from the boat, I had two curious critters come up to check me about. They were about a metre away from me! The tour went on for several hours and we got back in the water again to swim with a different pod of dolphins. But the definite highlight for me was that first encounter with those two dolphins who came so close.
... to something a little more pedestrian, such as the Whangarei Falls. This was a 10 minute drive away and was beautiful with a combination of both power and serenity. Karly and I enjoyed taking pictures.
After that Barbara took on the impression of an experienced rally driver as we belted further north up the single lane highway with destination Russell in our sights, which from where we were was a distance of about 70 ...
... NZ has been cleared of natural vegetation but this walk gives us a good idea of what the area must have been like prior to European colonisation. Following a beautiful drive around the coast visiting many of the sheltered bays we return to Russell for lunch at the Duke of Marlborough Hotel. Cheryl had stayed at this oldie-worldie hotel during a previous visit and we are all impressed by its charm, good food and beers (at least I am). A quick walk through the ...
... for Oysters. Considering the effort it took getting to this island we decided one island was enough for the day so after chilling leisurely made our way back to the main land. Of course we didn't get off without me having some fun. I was rocking the boat pretending to make it capsize and spinning us in circles. Both as you can imagine made Sarah very happy. Luckily I didn't push the joke to far and we surfed a ...