Colonial House Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... two fish that always lay in the part of the pond that just covered them with water and as soon as you through food in to the pond they would exelorate in to the deep water with much splashing. the eel in the second pond finally came out after we had looked at the plants and he was a lot bigger but he did not seem to have a name. we went back to our room and had one last game of pools ...
The original plan had been Swimming with Dolphins combined with sailing on Lion New Zealand (http://www.exploregroup.co.nz/en/uniqu e-experiences/bay-of-islands-dolphin-sa il-combo/) but Lion had finished it’s Bay of islands season. So we changed it to just swimming (http://www.exploregroup.co.nz/en/uniqu e-experiences/swim-with-dolphins/) Monday afternoon and added the Discover the Bay cruise ...
... had had a great holiday, they are going home tomorrow. How incredible that we saw them again?
We went to Hones pizzeria just round the corner where we had the place to ourselves and once more it was excellent. The pizza chef was from Hertfordshire and he spent summers surfing and winters snowboarding - a hard life!
Then it was back to the hotel bar where we are currently ensconced before an early start ...
... was made of gravel and rock that led to the forest headquarters where there is a campground area with bathrooms, a shower (no hot water), and plenty of sites to camp. We set up our tents, ate dinner, and talked about our plans for the next few days between the five of us. We have about a 20 km hike tomorrow to Kerikeri that will be mostly through rolling hills and pastures. 2/14/14 Kyle and I made our first trail mistake today. A poorly labeled intersection ...
... forward by his family!) picking it up to show we come in peace. There then some dances and singing before they finished with the Haka. We had a walk round the house and saw the Maori war boats - they were massive! The views from the top of the hill were impressive too. When we felt we had had our money worth we walked back along the beach front back to Paihia. The sun was shining, the views were lovely and there were flags painted onto the ground. What more could I ...