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... it a go *sorry mum ;)* After getting into the car we then drove very slowly and as we approached the flood water we were both feeling nervous! But like the lady said it wasn't too deep and we glided through to the other side *Thank Goodness* The storms must have been bad as even though all of the large debris had been cleared off the road there was still lots of leaves and tree branches on the side of the road. Arrived at a beautiful lodge in the ...
... to even move on flat ground we became more and more sure that our itinerary for the day was certainly going to be changing. We rolled into the first place we could, conveniently stopping outside a motel that would turn out to be our bed for the night. After a quick call to our hire company, a mechanic came to our aid, “the clutch is gone” “oh”. So that was that, Culli the campervan, we hardly knew ye.
Today we were feeling a little worse for wear, but after a lie in and some breakfast we got up and wondered into town. It was overcast which was a shame as we'd planned to go to the beach, so we ended up lying on one of the benches by the sea in the centre of Paihia and listening to different people play on the public piano. It got cloudier and chilly in the afternoon so we went back and chilled in the hostel communal room and had a nap before dinner. James was heading home in ...
... between 15 and 28 metres) and is fairly small so it’s quite a nice wreck to dive. We start at the stern and work our way along the side to the bow, looking in through some holes in the side (not a result of the mines that sunk it!) We climb up to the deck and take a look around – avoiding attacks from Demoiselles that are nesting and therefore highly territorial and aggressive! – then drop inside the ship and work our way round to the saloon at ...
... from our various balconies but I think this one takes some beating. We are on a hill overlooking the water and hills around Paihia and Russell and are able to watch the many changing colours as the sun changes position in the sky. We are staying at a hotel called Cook's Lookout and when we were checking in got asked the usual question 'Where are you from?' 'The UK' but this went a ...