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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it so that's good. Tuesday Kerikeri and Paihia Today we decided to drive to Kerikeri and then back to Paihia. Kerikeri was lovely. We went to the old mission house which is the oldest building in the whole of New Zealand. There were a couple of older Aussies there looking around as we arrived. They were absolutely amazed by it. The woman even got all teary as she was talking about how it was such an amazing building and how just seeing such an ancient building was incredible. It ...
... supposed to be unreal so it should be good. After a few hours up there we plan on driving along 90 mile beach (it's actually only 55 miles). I say along the beach and I literally mean along the beach. They use it as a highway so we'll be driving on the sand. Hopefully the tide is out! If we don't get stuck in the sand we'll be spending the night in Kaitaia, a few minutes in land from 90 mile beach. We are bloody loving New Zealand and driving around/living in this campervan ...
... the on-board computer guru stumped. I know there is an Apple Store in Sydney because we spent about three hours there one day in 2012. Looks like there is going to be a repeat performance.
Don’t worry about the free Wi-Fi in Paihia. Capitalism is alive and well “down under.” We stopped in an arts & craft fair along the beach front. Lots of nice stuff. But they are only open when the ships are in. The local brick ...
Today was an early start as we were picked up at our motel at 7.20am by 'Greatsights' tour company. We were taking the tour from Paihia to the very Northern tip of New Zealand - Cape Reinga. We were fortunate to bag the front seats of the coach so had a great view driving along. We were to make several stops at places of interest along the way. Our driver was Hughie, a Maori with 6 brothers and 7 sisters. He made a valiant attempt ...
... br> And so both of us Facebook sated and paper downloaded we said our farewells wishing each other a continued happy holiday and via Countdown supermarket for buns and a tomato we sauntered back to the hotel.
What I haven't mentioned is a week today we will making our way home to sunny Manchester. When we let ourselves think about it we feel homesick so it will be nice to see you all again and promise we will only bore you a bit with the pics and video and pics and video ...