Bay Sands Seafront Studios
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... saw was roughly 800 years old and the oldest one on record was 2000 years old and had a 26 m trunk circumference. Stretched our legs and got back on the bus. Another couple of hours passed and next stop was lunch. A lil cafe where chicken wrap was the meal of choice. One thing I don't like about travelling is everyone's need for wifi all the time. Wherever there's free wifi people are just stuck on their phones and I hate that! I ...
... to understand each other, but it was it was the first time for me to surface under the sea and was very adventurous.
Back at the boat we gathered our strength and revitalized with lunch and a coffee.
My Mom also went into the water for a little swim while we were down under the surface.
The entire time the sun was shining and it was warm with a little breeze, so that this trip would have even been enjoyable without all the diving. ...
... but we actually ended up driving straight through it by accident because there's not much there! So we decided to carry on to Keri Keri which was just a short drive away. We parked up at a farm hostel for the night and cooked our first meal in the campervan - fajitas!
Day 10: We had a slower morning at the farm as we got chatting to Klauss and Tamika (the owners) who were asking us about our trip and they also let us ...
... 8216;Juice on the Loose’. I sat sipping bubbly, Mike with his beers, and the girls munching their way trough a treat of cupcakes and crisps. It was like taking a step back in time in the venue room; wood clad walls, and polished wood floors, various flags pinned to the ceiling, a wooden bar with a small selection of bottled beers and wines in small fridges at the back, no draught beer and crisps and nibbles in a box under the counter. The music was fun to listen ...
Today we set off around 11am on our road trip to the Bay of Islands at the northern tip of NZ, with a hostel booked in Paihia town for two nights. Jo's cousin James drove us the four hour drive up there, stopping off for a picnic lunch in a supermarket car park on the way. When we arrived in Paihia we drove along the coast (which was beautiful) before finding Bay Adventurers hostel and checking in. The sun was out so we spent the rest of the afternoon by ...