Kingswood Manor Motel
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... smelled a bit sulphery and was freezing. We decided to walk down to the night market, and looked around there for a bit, then ate dinner at a pub called the Pig and Whistle - they had free water and free wifi... These are a few of out favourite things. We stopped at another pub on the way home, watched a bit of TV, and we are off to bed. Tomorrow we are heading to the Shire for second breakfast and maybe doing some sort of weird activity around ...
... real estate it had probably been sold to developers. As we drove we noticed heaps of huge gates and places with high wire fences; some places were for sale for over $1million – just for the land!
Flagstaff or Maiki Hill is an important Bay of Islands landmark. The British flew the Union Jack from the staff. Local dissension among the Maori lead Hone Heke and his allies to chop it down as an ...
... picked up to give us a really bumpy trip back to Tutukaka. Getting back to the harbour we stopped for some food and a beer in the local pub with the skipper before making tracks for our campsite. Not a bad day!
Oh I forgot to mention we also stopped off to see some public toilets designed by an artist named Hunderwasser in a place called Kawakawa – you will have to google this one as we didn’t take any pictures and it’s pretty ...
We made our way to Whangarei, which is pronounced Fungareh, and you have to roll your Rs. We visited a cheese factory in Puhoi. I must admit the New Zealand blue cheese is fantastic! They also had a 7 year old cheddar which was really good! All done with pasteurised milk! When I asked where the milk came from, the answer was from a tanker! We then carried on towards Uretti Beach where a DOC campsite was. En Route we visited Parry Kaori Park. The walk was advertised ...
... and despite sore arms and ribs (I did say it was hard didn't I) I finally sight colour in the water and Steve assists to get my 15-18kg kingfish into the boat. I get myself into the bad books with Steve when I ask Louise to take a picture while I hold the fish by the head. I don't quite follow Steve's instructions and do the unspeakable by bleeding the fish on deck! Steve promptly moves me aside, gets the fish on a rope and over the side and then cleans up ...