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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Cathedral Cove. The lady said if you go today, its high tide shortly, so you will need to wade through she didn;t tell us about the 35 minute mountain climb each way though!!
After driving up the peninsula, we headed for Haihei and Cathedral Cove, the main reason we came here was a photo opportunity. With the tide almost at hightide for sunset we decided to ...
... do our business in a public convenience just like any respectable camper. I don’t think it’s us personally but, it seems Kiwis only approve of self-contained campervans and everyone else is sub-human scum.... Well thanks for the warm welcome!
And when our lovely walk eventually reached Opoutere Beach, we met a friendly local fisherman who said to ignore the misery-gut moaners around the country and ...
... his fork in the toaster (mostly because she didn't see Doug stick his fork in the toaster). We departed our B&B around 10 and headed towards Highway 309 to visit the Kauri grove. Robin our B&B gal had mentioned there was an eccentric farmer along the way with several pet pigs. If we stopped we would be able to hold some piglets. She said we couldn't miss it which we really didn't understand until we pulled up to a dilapidated yard full of broken down ...
... shells and also sea beans similar to those we had seen in Mexico, but sprouting. The wind started picking up. Our first culinary adventure was pasta with broccoli and a jar of Dolmio sauce with added mushrooms and was delicious. The sun set and It got dark about 9 and we turned on the battery light to finish playing our game, and were tucked up in bed by 10. We could hear the ...
... mountain to his workshop he had built this narrow gauge railway up the mountain laying every rail himself. Having acquired more land he also set about replanting the forest with native trees particularly the decimated Kauri trees and so the railway runs through this replanted forest which is now a trust and will be preserved for generations to come. Even I was impressed with the engineering feats it took to get the train up the mountain side with reverse tracks and winding circles ...