Colonial House Motel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and said you need the doc mate, made an appointment with the local Medical Centre for an 8 0'clock appointment and even drove me down there. Cutting a bit of a long story short now on four different types of tablets started that evening. The doctor (an ex army Brit) brought me back to the van in his car. Such a good bloke!!! During the late evening while checking my emails, noticed a mail from Christine's niece asking that she should call here ...
... garden to show us his fish and eels, he through pieces of left over bacon into the first pond for the fish and to try and encourage the eel up when he did come up we discovered that that eel was called peter he stuck his head out of the water to try and get some bacon and i fed him by hand he was not the prettiest thing in the world he was rather black and slimy. the second pond he ...
... abit a drowned rat looking version. After my Kayak I dried off and had a final wander around the town before catching my bus back to Auckland. As I checked into the hostel around 9.30pm I was expecting a quiet night although once I got to my room I was greeted with cheering from about 20 Germans and a group of Icelandic girls. I was promptly told my only option was to get changed drink as much cheep wine as possible and join them on a night out. I could hardly ...
... incentive to 'force' the animals to stay and play. If they go, they go.
We did see the gannets fishing however. It is quite spectacular to see these birds literally falling out of the sky into the water to catch their food.
After a nice stop on one of the islands for a picnic lunch, we headed for the 'hole in the rock'. Depending on the weather and tide, the boats can cross over. We got lucky.
We were on the way back when ...
... us. The trail then wound along the river through trees on slanted trails. We took a break at the 12 km mark to put on our hiking boots. The next 4 km climbed out of the valley and was quite steep at times. There were tons of Kauri trees in this forest. Some so wide that it would take 8 people holding hands to get all the way around the trunk. They stand hundreds of feet tall and are a true sight to see! The final 9 km of our 25 km trek were on an old logging ...