Orewa Motor Lodge
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... The locals keep it in very good condition. We decided sushi was a great option for lunch and headed back to Okahu Bay to enjoy it.
After lunch, Jen was put through her paces on the pilates mat with a lesson led by Fiona in her new studio. Jen still seemed to be able to walk afterwards which was a pretty good result given the many months it has been since she has had time for a class. Straight after pilates we caught up with Amanda, Nina and Freya in ...
... I also saw the 4wds he owns, 3 Patrols and 2 Land cruisers. I told him about the cars I have back home, my Patrols are a bit different from his. We talked some more then I walked out to the Holden and got in and drove it up the driveway to the gates and Peter opened them and I drove past the shed and reversed the ute in to a corner beside his Land cruiser ute. I got out and got my luggage and ...
... the ute I parked the ute across a deep bluestone gutter. I got the bucket out of the tray and put it under the motor then undone the sump plug and the oil flowed out , I put the sump plug back and undone the oil filter and some more oil poured out. I got the bucket and put the lid on and put some tape around the top to make sure oil didn't go every where. I got the new oil filter from the box and spun it on to the motor ...
... and cook (which Rob is) then it is ideal.
First we headed north to the Bay of Islands. We never actually got there, opting to find a nice campsite somewhere nearby instead of blowing money on a tourist cruise. It turns out that New Zealand’s Department of Conservation does a grand job of creating amazing campsites in awesome locations. These campsites, which at their most basic are a piece of land with a toilet, are the absolute poodles privates when it comes to ...
... s people are involved in tourism, game fishing (sword fish) oyster farming and cottage industries. We toured the shops...some very nice art work and glass work!...drove up to the flagstaff and then to Tapeka point...what a beautiful spot to live! We then headed to Kawakakawa where the Hundertwasser toilets were....pretty neat! A must see if in area! Home, a walk along beach and relaxing evening with ...