Hananui Lodge Motel
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... as a sailing city. We are planning to spend at least our last night there . We arrived in early evening to the lovely Bay of Islands. We ate at a restaurant on the beach , did our shopping run at the local supermarket Countdown (sometimes we shopped at 4 Squares which seems more popular at every small town). We booked a cruise around the islands for tomorrow morning. I can't believe our dream vacation is winding down. Only 4 nights left...
After we left Waiheke we had some housekeeping to do. We took the camera to see if it could be repaired- then back to Thames to collect Olly's jacket! We didn't mind too much as our motel was in such a lovely spot. Thames is not a vey exciting place but was once a gold prospecting town and there are some buildings there that are straight out of some of the old Wild West films. It is also ...
Captain Rowan and his 3 crew members gave us the coolest experience on the Rock the Boat adventure cruise through the bay of islands. We boarded at 5:00pm and went out into the ocean. Started off with this activity where they dragged a plastic duck behind the boat (which only did 5 knots) and you had to aim and shoot it with a paintball gun, of each gender whoever hit the duck the most out of 3 shots got a free drink at the bar that was on the boat. Chelsie won!! ...
... from local men and boys. The guide we had was great, very knowledgeable and told us about the background to the planned referendum on changing the national flag. Many people wish to have a flag that has no link with the UK and are suggesting flag be black with a silver fern motif. We will have to wait and see what happens.
June and Iain’s last day in Russell was spent at the Omata Estate Winery just up the road from the house. Lovely wines but ...
... back down the west coast of New Zealand and found a cool free campsite in the forest where we stopped for the evening.
Day 11: Much to our dismay it rained overnight and we discovered poor Chester was stuck in the mud! Luckily an older couple came to the rescue with their fully equipped campervan and pulled Chester out. The next stop was Coromandel which took us back through Whangarei and Auckland where we got stuck in ...