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The apartments were great and very well equipped. The only issue we had was with the washing machine which literally had a mind of its own! Reception staff were helpful. The position good as well as at the end of the road but near everything you need.
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It was a civilised checkout leaving the hotel at 10.45am we got the shuttle bus from the hotel which was very good and arrived at the airport in plenty of time for a little drink! We had to get to gate 46 which felt like a very long way even though we used the moving walkways.
After another 12 hour flight we arrived at Auckland airport. Picked …
... have been a waste as we couldn't eat it all, so sadly there are no photos. He was very happy to have caught any fish however, and counts the trip as one of his NZ highlights! It rained on and off throughout the evening, so out came the trusty fleece-mac combo. However the rain was coming in at an angle on the trip back, so by the time we got back into the harbour we were both soaked from head to toe. Warwick then kindly gutted and filleted the fish ...
... be held responsible for my actions. My favourite day in Russell has been the boat trip around the bay of islands. Stopping at a bay with the clearest waters to snorkel in and seeing black starfish on the seabed. Seeing the hole in the rock and watching dolphins swim alongside the boat topped it off. Sadly we couldn't swim with them although I'd hoped to in their natural habitat because there was an infant with them. Here's a fun fact for you all, did you know dolphins ...
... could just about see it sparkle. Pretty cool. By the time we got back to the boat we were all quite hot so we jumped into the water to cool off. I can now safely say I have swam in the ocean at midnight in the middle of the bay of islands in New Zealand. Yay. Me Hannah and Teresa stayed up till around 2 with some of the English guys chatting bout things next to the wood burning fire they had on board. Exploring more tomorrow. The journey awaits ...
... and the increasing number of British settlers who were arriving in New Zealand at the time. In signing the treaty, the Maori agreed to British sovereignity whilst the Maori retaining the right to manage their own affairs. This is only a brief summary of the Treaty of Waitangi and more information can be found here - http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/politics/tr eaty/
The Treaty of Waitangi grounds themselves are quite sprawling and involve a short bush walk to the ...