Ash Grove Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... We came back to the main island and returned to the hostel....as we entered a guy said to Liz 'I know you' it was Steve a friend of her nephew Andrew who was staying here and cycling around New Zealand with his girlfriend Lauren....what a small world. Later we all went to the area where the treaty was signed and to the museum to learn all about the Maori's ...
We left this morning to travel north ....on the way we stopped at Kawakawa what an interesting place. We had heard about this town and the architectural toilets the most prettiest we have ever seen. We have never taken photos of toilets before but this had to be done! We continued north to Paihia so we are able to visit the Bay of Islands. We have joined the BBH association which enables us to 10% ...
... appear to be any free camps near by so we knew we would have to drive somewhere. It took us about 40 minutes to get there and was a little parting in a forest right next to the river. It was lovely but parking on the grass did worry me as it was very wet with all the rain fall. Luckily we were ok but a camper later got a little stuck. Matty has been moaning about his hair for weeks now, it's gotten too long and he doesn't like it. He doesn't want to pay for a hair cut though and ...
... we had just walked 7km we didn't really fancy it. So we decided we'd try and hitchhike back to Paihia considering that road led straight there. It only took two minutes of half heartedly holding out our thumb before and a man driving a minibus picked us up. Easy as that! In the evening we decided to check out a few bars (to make up for the previous night) and bumped into some locals. It was a fun night that ended going back to two gay guys, Dom and Johan's, hotel room ...
... and so the captain wanted to leave quickly before the anchor began to shift along the bottom of the ocean with the wind. Being the strong females we were, we volunteered to get the kayaks back on board the boat even though this meant battling the elements. Once safely aboard Sophie sailed the ship out of the cove and into the main channel of the ocean to head back towards Paihia. She volunteered the wheel to Emma as she wanted to sit back down. This meant Emma sailed us all ...