Averill Court Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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A normal motel, comfortable, clean, usual friendly and informative hosts. Two drawbacks tight for car parking and no WiFi
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I've never known I would see so many dolphins at once! And so close too! You can look at the photos that are on this entry, and you'll see how close they let us get to them! Right now, I'm at home on the sofa typing. I can't believe how time passes quickly when you're having fun! But right now, I'm going to tell you the story of today... So we woke …
I couldn't really believe it. After all, today we were going to the Bay of Islands, and I had never been there before. It was a wonderful experience. Right now, I'm sitting (or rather, lying) in a pretty blue bed at Averill Court Motel. I'm still swimming from my first time seeing the Milky Way in the stars with my own eyes, though I don't yet know …
... were before going to check in at base. We checked in and as we were staying for three nights we asked for a private room with shared bathrooms, which seems to be our norm since Melbourne. Luckily they had one left and it wasn't that much more expensive so we went for it. If we were in dorms, we would not enjoy our time as much here and we didn't want that! After keeping track in our diary of all the activities we were doing and what time and where we had ...
... tea time, on the bus over Id managed to get through to the canyoning company and booked four of us on a trip the next morning. That included me, Axel and Eric (both Swedish) and Toby (Danish). Saturday 21st Got picked up picked up for canyoning at 7.25. Had a shuttle to a nearby town called maharu. After trying on our wet suits we caught a water taxi into the Abel Tasman National Park. The water was gorgeous, a bright turquoise blue colour. During the water taxi ...
... dressed for the occasion not knowing this would take place! Following the beach we headed up to Cape Reinga where we were rewarded with amazing calendar picture style vistas, which required many photo shoots and posing! The only downside of this part of the day was finding out lunch was not going to be until 2pm, having had breakfast so early we were pretty hungry!! Lunch was the next stop luckily! We received pre-booked fish ...