Pacific Coast Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... early morning combined to create a special prospect of comfort and discovery. We arrived in good time at Whakatane and once we bought our tickets boarded "Peejay V" a powerful boat able to carry approximately 30 passengers. We set off and once out of the harbour maintained a high speed. Deb and I sat on the back and enjoyed the sun and passing waves. The voyage to White Island took approximately one and a half hours. The island was discovered ...
... we encountered Daryn's nemesis - flat-packed furniture, and then subsequently Jana's nemesis - Daryn after trying to put together flat-packed furniture. As you can see from the pictures, Daryn 's flat-pack skills remain second-to-none.
The warm haze of our smugness of 'we are so PERFECTLY organized' (I realize I ...
... get out and explore the local area. Whakatane is a pretty little coastal town of about 18,000. There is heaps of hiking and cycling starting right from Whakatane and Ohope Beach (voted one of NZ's best beaches) is a 10 min drive. Once we get a bit more settled and are a bit clearer on if I have a job or am now a cult-member, I think we could easily set up a new little life here.
Next blog: my new job/cult membership :)
... non rock dolphins whilst on the way to White Island- photo included for evidence - I am kicking myself that I forgot to get a photo of the rock dolphins! Myself, Kat and Robert ventured out into Whakatane for a random local night out - this resulted In bad dancing, tequila and only three hours sleep prior to the winding bus journey the next day! - not such a smart move, but a great night. We hopped back onto stray and moved on to Lake anniwhenua for one night. We spent ...