Motel Kerigold Secluded Chalets
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... the ferry crossing date from Wellington North Island to Picton South Island from the 7th November to the 14th November. We lost so much time while I was under the weather and having to backtrack to Russell, I was concerned that we would not see everything we wanted to do in the North before we transferred South. Other than that, a quiet ...
... Whatuwhiwhi ( Fatufifi). In Whatuwhiwhi we stayed at a top 10 which was great! This is when the hot showers work and everything is so clean!! The Matauri detour is well worth it!!
The next day we made our way to Cape Reinga. We stopped at Awanui which is the gateway to the upper north! The local Suparette run by a delightful Indian family had everything from sardines to wine!! Then onto the ...
GR: For our first big adventure in New Zealand we decided to go it alone and hire a campervan to explore the Northland. After much faffing and hanging around, we picked up Doris, who was to be our ride for the next week. She was a lot more spacious than we had anticipated so we had plenty of space to spread out, and even had our own toilet and shower as well as cooking facilities and a double bed. Because of our late start, we didn't ...
... some very interesting. We bought a few bottles (realizing afterwards we could have got a 10% discount with our Native Parks card, darn!) but resisted eating in their very lovely, but very expensive, restaurant.
Instead we headed into the town of KeriKeri, a neat place, very homey! There was a free dump station so we were able to clean out our tanks, a laundrymat (expensive, $16 for two loads wash & dry!), a ...
... from Scoobie Doo. He gave us a boat as well as life jackets and sent us on our way. The sea was choppy but we got to one of the islands without too much hassle. The only problem was Sarah and I kept bashing paddles which she got very annoyed about. Before we broke up over our paddling techniques we mounted the island. We walked around exploring and discovered it was utterly covered in Oysters. You pretty much ...