Colonial House Motel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... House which date back to 1800s. The stone house is the oldest building in NZ! Great walk/tramp from the house through the bush route to the Stone House - felt like dinosaurs should appear at any moment as vegetation is straight out of Spielberg's movie - but perhaps the other way round! Happily none appeared apart from their very distant relative - the car park chickens!! See ...
... to the car beetle came round to say bye and then we set of. we went on a lovely walk and saw two water falls the first one was very wide and had lots of spray and the second one was a lot taller. we had our lunch sitting right at the top of the water fall. before we arrived at the place we are staying in we stopped of at a village that has a famous toilet designed by an architect and ...
... our fishing trip called off could also see us not getting out to the Hole in the Rock. This Bay of Islands trip must be jinxed.
We saw plenty of dolphins on the way out across the bay and stopped to watch them play around us. The further out we went, the rougher, and more fun it got.
We did get to the Hole, but it was way too rough for our boat to go through it.
Once we turned back to Paihia and Russell the ...
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 ...
... us taking the wrong road. We ended up missing some rolling farm hills and walked 12 km on a road before arriving in the small town of Waipapa. We ate lunch at a small café. Kyle had a beef burger and I had fish and chips. We caught the trail in Waipapa and followed the Kerikeri River to Rainbow Falls. Rainbow Falls was super cool! It's an 80 foot waterfall that crashes into a collecting area and then continues on into the town of Kerikeri. We walked about 25 ...