The Salty Dog Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... us and 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 ...
... great to catch up with good friends and family and spend time with them. This part of the trip has gone so quickly. We have driven 2306 kilometres, slept in 11 different beds, drunk some wonderful wine, visited so many beautiful places, and eaten so much delicious food.
We have also seen some very big trucks - a couple of pictures for the boys!
Thank you New ...
... the easy and short one that had been described to us... It was very hilly, and quite long, but stunning! It was really quite cool to be just trekking through the countryside here, even if flip flops did turn out to be a poor choice for that particular part of the day. Eventually our next destination came into view - a vineyard called Stonyridge. This one was a little bigger that than the previous ones, and it was also a little cooler... Not quaint like ...
... 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 ...
... and over rolling hills and countryside. The time past pretty quickly with such amazing views around each bend. You then would just land upon small villages in between. But everywhere just seems deserted half the time. You very rarely see people out walking, mowing their lawns, children playing etc. Where is everyone? You may see the occasional couple strolling along the beach, maybe a farmer in his field, or someone selling oranges by the roadside, even cars and ...