Colonial House Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Day 18 – Tue 24 March – Kerikeri
It's Michael’s 6th birthday today so we’ll Skype them tonight. It’s overcast with showers this morning so hope the washing will get dry later. The rain set in as we went off to the laundromat – hope it clears after lunch. Fat chance – it rained all day!
The oven decided to go on the blink today just as the buns were due to go ...
Lois, Olive and I took a cruise to the hole in the rock and also were blessed to see two pods of dolphins.
In the evening we took the ferry across the water to Russel and Greg took "Hi 3 ladies" to dinner at the Duke of Marlborough...very posh!!!
... a month). Not having to sleep on a bunk bed and having an on suite bathroom I only have had to share with three people – what luxury!! I’m loving it!
We had an incredibly long day on the bus as we made our way to the top of the North Island of New Zealand. We went to Paihia the Bay of Islands. It was beautiful! I have made many mentions of how spoiled I was by Hawaii, and how it is hard ...
... didn’t clear for the rest of the evening. We decided rather watch the fireworks in the rain and jostle with the other punters for a good spot, we would instead stay in, play Scrabble and watch Monty Python. I don’t think we even stayed up till midnight, boring gits that we were were passed out by 11pm in front of the telly like a pair of wallies.
Happy New Year 2015!
Well, there’s next year! Who knows where I’ll be by then? Watch this ...
... of spots where dolphins are regularly viewed. We were in luck and saw firstly Bottle Nosed Dolphins and then Common dolphins. We also saw Australasian gannets diving for fish, very difficult to photo though. The Hole in the Rock is in Piercy island which was named after Captain Cook's First Lord of the Admiralty at the time. When we got to the hole we actually sailed through which was pretty tight as you will see in ...