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Travel Blogs from Paihia
... grows, glows to attract food and creates a sticky thread that hangs down from it like fly paper. It eventually changes into a fly. A fly with no mouth, so within a few days it needs to find a mate and lay clusters of eggs before it dies. ( we weren't allowed to take photos in the cave, only outside it).
We came out of the cave having to bend low under hanging rock. We'd had to shout duck or head banger down the line a ...
... to the Helena Bay Gallery and Cafe, a beautiful location high on a hill overlooking the water. We were greeted by Peter and his two huge Newfie dogs and he showed us the area we could park. We backed in overlooking the water and couldn't believe our good fortune with the view we were treated to! We hauled out the lawn chairs and a bottle of wine and gloried in the joys ...
... see it's quite hard to encapsulate what we saw in a photograph. I spent most of the tour battling with horrendous sea sickness, which may have somewhat detracted from the supposed splendour of what we were doing.
Our rivalries continue to rage, in particular the ones on the mini golf course and the table football table (I won at golf, Lizzy won at football.) We also took full advantage of the bar that offered free pool. But I always win that, so not much rivalry ...
It was an early start this morning after our night out and both of us feeling very rough! We headed to the bus and shortly had our first stop for breakfast and a look into the new breed of pink sheep! No one quite knowing if she was joking that it was new or just the fact they had been painted! After a long coach up to the Bay of Island we reached the hostel and settled in! Making friends with two ...
... the G Adventures tour in the north island that it was one of their favourite stops and was beautiful, plus Cape Reigna means alot of Maoris and is where the Pacific Ocean meets the Tasman Sea and I wanted to see both,
We made out way on a coach bus that left the city centre of Auckland in the morning. It was a 4-hr ride on the ever windy roads of New Zealand (north island is no better than the south island) and it was pouring rain out. We were ...
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