Bali Hai Motel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and the increasing number of British settlers who were arriving in New Zealand at the time. In signing the treaty, the Maori agreed to British sovereignity whilst the Maori retaining the right to manage their own affairs. This is only a brief summary of the Treaty of Waitangi and more information can be found here - http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/politics/tr eaty/
The Treaty of Waitangi grounds themselves are quite sprawling and involve a short bush walk to the ...
... likely the dolphins were to interact- so there was lots of whistling, calling and hand waving which seemed to work! As we leant over the railings one dolphin swam right underneath me for about 5 minutes watching me which was amazing! After the dolphins we carried on our route up to the Hole in the Rock, a landmark at the furthest point of the islands, and then worked our way back through the islands. We docked at one of the islands for lunch- the sun came out briefly so ...
... most stubborn causing problems, and it was comforting to see them misbehave for Roger too. Fuzzy continued to behave well although has a habit of tail swishing, fine when not covered in God knows what!!!! We put the Bulls with the cows this week, AB finished at the end of last week and so the Bulls are there for any cows which had not come into season, or those which failed to get pregnant through AB. The Bulls caused some interesting moments, with one jumping fences ...
Cape Brett Lighthouse looked quite similar to the Cape Reinga lighthouse. There was an original light keepers house just below the lighthouse.
We had a quick stopover at Urupukapuka Island where Jason and Nick climbed a massive hill and got some awesome shots overlooking the Bay Of Islands. Amy and I managed to get half way up. The photos really don't show how steep it ...
... not a native NZ animal and has no predators. There are now 80 million of them in the country and they love kauri tree. The rangers kill them on sight and are doing everything they can to reduce numbers. Their fur mixed with alpaca makes a wonderfully soft wool!).
We returned to Waitangi, had a quick bite to eat in the yacht club and then followed signs along the beach to the Waitangi treaty house and visitor centre. There ...