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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Here we happily sunbathed until we were rudely interrupted by rain, yes rain which we haven't been subjected to for a blissful month. We quickly headed back to the main town of Russell where we ducked into Sally's cafe for a pick me up coffee and waiting for the sun to come out. We headed back on the ferry and filled the time before Scar and Suze returned with catching up in our diaries and taking advantage of free wifi. ...
... back, minus ten minutes, as no one else wanted to sail the ship no matter how many times she offered. We think it is because we did such a good job handling the boat when the wind was rather strong and the waves were big. That evening we went out for a bite to eat at a local BBQ grill place as that sounded much more appealing to the curry we were planning. We counted this night as our last night in New Zealand as we didn't really include Auckland anymore! Therefore ...
... at Urupukapuka Island that actually had a cafe but we had bought our own packed lunch and headed over to the left of the boat to the cove whereas most of the passengers climbed the hill to see the view. It was very hot and lazing around was on our agenda. We paddled round the clear bay looking at the shells and loads of oyster shells stuck onto the rocks.then we found a swing from a tree that was ...
... without the sun.
Later we visited the Waitangi Treaty Grounds where the main treaty between the Maori and the British was signed in 1840. We saw a cultural show and had a tour and learned some history.
... harbour, as the big yellow buoy told her to, however then she put her foot down. Why is it when you're going slow in a boat the air is calm and warm then as soon as the speed hots up you can't breathe, your hair doesn't belong to you anymore and it's flipping freezing ? So the reluctant sailor and her cabin boy had begun the first leg of the journey, for 30 mins we bombed it amongst some of the 144 islands Captain Cook counted. Some big, some not so big, and some that small the sea ...