The Salty Dog Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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... realised this town was actually in 2010 at least, the hotel was lovely and there was no 'karaoke tonight' signs. We were a little early and the room wasn't ready but an upgraded room was nearly ready so we were moved into that, without even asking. A quick walk around the town and we found ourselves back in the hotel drinking a cool beer browsing the menu for tonight. Steak I think. The town was really nice ...
... frank ocean, maroon 5, bruno mars and justin bieber. A really good evening and nice to see Connor again before I headed off.
So day 1 of the Kiwi Experience was a very early start, I had to be up at 5:30 to make it into town for departure at 7am. Our destination was a town in Northland called Paihia (pronounced as though you were saying 'pie here'). We were here for 4 nights so a nice weekend break, plus it was a long weekend in NZ too for Labour Day so lots ...
... resonates with the conflicts currently going on in the world. Plus a great way to get them interested in art, they had lots of things for them to play with and make, I had to strongly resist the urge to play on the Kangarcade game. The best thing overall about the gallery was it's laid back and welcoming feel. I sometimes feel a bit put off going to these places as they can be a bit intimidating, not this one though, I tell you these New Zealand folk ...
Today we went to hobbiton, for those of you who dont know its where they filmed the hobbit and some of lord of the rings. Im not the biggest fan but it was still reallyyy good, you walked round the farm, which was just miles and miles of really hilly green fields, that they made into the hobbit village for the movie looking at the set. Some of the facts about the amount of detail ...
... and I was getting tired, but I soon perked up with the injection of a lively atmosphere, new company and ample amounts of rice wine. It was fun and the people were friendly. From the bar we headed to a club and danced the rest of the night away. In the early morning we caught the bus back as far as we could, and then walked the rest, talking and laughing and happy to be alive. When we got home Helen cooked up some rice and we ate and talked more and were satisfied and slept.