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... took me a considerable amount of time to work out why the drivers ahead of us were not only driving at taxi driver (lack of) speed but why they were driving, whenever possible, on the wrong side of the road. Our disconcerting realisation was that they were driving as far away from the rock walls as possible for fear of what we were then confronted with as we turned the next corner: a landslide! If it had not been for GPS, it is highly likely that we may never have found ...
Monday the 25th was a day full of firsts:-
- Our first ever AFD on a cruise. Yes, we both didn't have a drink all day!
- The first time we didn’t spend a cent on a cruise
... facilities and beach, there were a few from the ship when we got there, but as the morning progressed more and more from the ship arrived, even most of the staff who had the day off arrived, so it got quite busy on the beach and in the bar and restaurant, while we sat on the beach it lived up to its reputation of being wet, we sat on the beach got the umberella out, it least it was warm rain, soon ...
... He was good
and heaps of people were dancing (and drinking). Rob even got up and sang. A
few crew were there having a good time as well and Juan from the Wheelhouse Bar
was so ****** he made us look good.
Anyway, we left Sadies around 4.00 and made the
short walk back to the ship in time for Sail away at the back bar. Enough to
say, it was a good sail out.
A top day. One of our best all holiday.
Got three days to Auckland.
... from one end of the island to the other. One thing that should be noted is that while the beaches look inviting, the land is actually owned by local families and is therefore privately owned. Some families have opened up access to their beaches and provided you abide by the rules and pay the appropriate fee (which is normally a tiny fee of like $1) you can spend your day floating around in the blue waters. New and exciting things seen on our tour included… Flower Pot Rock ...