Flames International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free airport shuttle
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... so that we could get to our next destination before dark. The falls were lovely, and very interesting because as it turns out, it is just right in town. Next, we set out for Rotorua. We drove south along the coastal highway, which was beautiful. We also learned today that all the road kill we've been seeing is possum. They have shirts that say "New Zealand's little speed bumps". We stopped very briefly at a beach in Waiwera to check it ...
There was a Wings campervan parked near us in the camp. It turned out he was also at Tapotupotu when we were there. He lives in Sweden but comes to NZ to spend the Spring/Summer here visiting family in Cambridge and travelling the country. He was waiting for a new grandchild to be born.
Bruce got a loaf of bread made and Ros made some bread rolls while we were hooked up to power.
Tea = Smoked chicken, almonds, penne and tomato ...
... dive spot was back where we originally planned to dive before being gate-crashed by the commercial boat. This spot is a massive archway which extends above and below the water, with a pretty damn cool sea cave at a depth of about 16 metres. We kitted up again (back into cold and wet wetsuits… eurgh), jumped in and made our way to the mouth of the cave which turned out to be huge and full of a school of blue mermaids (pretty big fish). Coolest part of ...
... on up to the Bay of Islands. It was a beautiful trip north along the coast. The highways were a bit small though, with many one lane bridges to cross. We drove around the Bay of Islands a bit, and had dinner along the coast.
We then drove back to Whangeri, stopping to see the famous toilets by Friedensreich Hundertwasser in Kawakawa, and arrived back at the B&B by late evening.
Woke up after a pretty ****** sleep in a double bed at 7:30pm. Went to the hotel breakfast at 8am which was very yummy and found out that Evan and Mitch are now out of action due to a sprain hand and broken hand from last nights drunken adventures. We all said goodbye to Zoe, Janine, Laura, Kate, Cat, Rowan, and Kevin & Brian. Hopped on the bus at 9am. We stopped off and hugged the lucky kauri tree ...