Ocean Inn Motel
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... Gulf Harbour about an hour away in a really nice free campsite. This was a place I could get used to! Expensive sailing boats and yachts as far as the eye could see, modern houses overlooking the harbour and a view of Auckland across the bay. Definitely worth visiting it you venture North. 4th March - We set off early to get our washing down as both of us had nothing clean to wear anymore. Once we were back we explored the harbour of ...
... passengers slept during the flight including us. Did manage to get a picture of the coast of Australia and now travelling over sparkling blue water with some cotton wool clouds. Bit different from the journey. We have had several bad bouts of turbulence and meals and drinks suspended and Chris hand is just about in one piece. I do hate it , my heart is in my mouth despite trying to concentrate on a film! Listening to Elton Johns ...
... bug on a car windscreen). Cleverly, we were treated to the privilege of a countdown timer to allow for our exact knowledge of when to look outside to see the next daredevil plummet towards the ground below! Not all the tourists among us were quite so savvy, however, and so Helen and I contented ourselves for sometime watching not the jumpers but the reaction of the older (mostly American) crowd and their shocked sharp intakes of breath as another body sped past the window beside them! ...
... some wine. I stupidly forgot to take my passport, and of course the asked me for ID. They refused my driving license, so officially at the age of 29, I can say I was refused alcohol lol I was pretty ****** off at first, but saw the funny side of it later. Then we headed back to the hostel, and did some much needed washing while enjoying a bottle of wine (as you do). It's amazing how you take having clean clothes for granted. It was so nice to get everything washed up! After ...
The free 1GB per day WiFi zones supplied by Spark at old phone boxes nearly everywhere.
Plenty of coffee shops (cafes in NZ lingo).
Watching little lambs buck and jump and run.
The ability to camp just about anywhere, with decisions about where and when able to be made on the fly.
Plenty of friendly kiwi smiles wherever we went.
Cheap diesel fuel.
What we didn’t like
Kiwi drivers cutting in ...