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- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Russell
... the drive on up toward Russell, we had the pleasure of seeing not one but two rainbows, and the second one was a double rainbow. This was the first time I can ever remember seeing a double rainbow. Who knew I’d have to come all the way to New Zealand to do it. I actually just learned a few weeks ago (don’t ask why) that double rainbows are caused by light being reflected inside the rain droplets twice instead of just once like what happens with ...
... is that tyres? Anyway, we asked her for directions to the library. As with all Kiwis we’ve met so far, she was very friendly. She was a Parking Warden from the Far North District Council. Yes, even the Kiwis enforce the parking rules. One hour, mate, that’s all you get. No luck with the Wi-Fi. It was working but Sandy’s I-Phone is giving her conniptions. Facetime had been working great, but for some unknown reason, it has quit. We ...
... for us. Leaping out of the water and splashing back in, diving under the boat and generally having a very good time. It was a wonderful afternoon.. Not many pictures, as they always popped up where we were not pointing the camera!
We also went to Waitangi where the Treaty agreement was signed in 1840. Another beautiful spot with stunning views, with the Treaty House where the ...
... we didn't get to swim with dolphins we got a voucher for a free ticket to another trip. I had time to do this again the next morning, but having just been in Vegas I think I'd had enough of gambling.
That evening the hostel was running a barbecue and then the bar had two guys with guitars playing live. It was pretty nice and I got talking with an Israeli guy about this game a friend of his invented where a computer gives individuals at a house party ...
After our Cape Tour we headed down the east coast of Northland. There were so many beautiful peninsulas and bays, waterfalls and a few surprises like the Hundertwasser Loos in Kawakawa. And the steam train! First stop, after a lovely nights camping at Maitai Bay, was Matthews Vintage Museum - hardly quintessential Kiwi heritage but Michael was in his element and took heaps of photos (I shall try ...