ASURE Camelot Arms Motor Lodge
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... next to the guy I don't like. We stop off at Whangarei Falls which is pretty. Back in Auckland I have to say bye to Adam :-( I'm staying at Nomads as I hated the Base hostel so much last time. I have a room to myself which is amazing :-) I head out for a walk and to find a $5 Dominoes pizza! Unfortunately I don't find Dominoes but I do find the cinema ...
... Australia, but that also didn’t work out. My plans fell apart and in total I spent a year and a half in Australia.
Without applying for a student visa and going back to school I couldn’t stay in Australia. But I wasn’t ready to go home. I looked at my options and New Zealand was the only other place I could get a year long visa to work and play.
I planned to go, save money, have fun for 6 months. Then I ...
... thought I decided not to as I needed to make my money stretch. Instead I bought some bill Bass whoever that is? Feeling very cool wearing Bill we decided to visit the base hostel and book a room. Upon arriving I felt like I was visiting charing cross youth club but hey not to worry we will fit in well here after all were not 30 yet! A really nice women from Holland booked our bus trip. Leaving Monday the 28th for a two week trip heading south.
... extinct volcano was also an important Māori fortified settlement. Between 1870 and 1996, New Zealand Army and Navy personnel were stationed here to protect Auckland and the Waitemata Harbor. Generations of Aucklanders have come to play, chill out, picnic, celebrate, or to learn about their heritage.
Mt. Victoria is the highest volcano on Auckland's North Shore, rising to 87 m. Its age is currently unknown. The mountain was once a Māori pā (Māori village ...
We had arrived at Paihia in the dark and ate at the digs so we didn't get a chance to look the place over. Next morning, the weather was again brilliant. 100 yards after leaving, we reached the beach. Paihia is at an area called Bay of Islands and the view was again magnificent. In the bay was a cruise ship as this is a very popular destination. This is also where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed in 1840. This treaty was the beginning of a state ...