- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... group of English guys and a couple of the guys from the crew started playing this ninja game and it caught on quite quickly. They played it for a while with all us watching as various of them fell in the water. Again, nice to have people my own age. Lunch was then back on the boat, sandwiches and snack things. The sea urchins that they were feeding the fish, they had caught some during the day and we had no idea but you can actually eat them. First Tara, one of the crew, opened one ...
... rest our weary heads after the long and tiresome journey. The following morning we eagerly collected a hire car, swiftly renamed 'the baby', and journied north on our road trip to the Bay of Islands and the Northlands for a weekend of sunshine, sand and sunburn. If we thought the views we'd seen already were beautiful we were in for a real treat in Paihia which held sweeping coastal views out across the bay - Immy's dream! We spent the ...
... NZ winters in a wooden shack, I suffered enough this winter in a badly insulated house in Wellington! Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr!
By the evening, the weather had truly taken a turn for the worse. AS we were driving to see the Haruru Falls near our accommodation, it started truly hammering it down with rain. We saw a number of people in tents, I can’t tell you at that point how relieved I was I wasn’t one of them. I have been that person and I can tell you right ...
... the treaty signed under. There is also a Maori Marae, a carved meeting house, that was built for the centenary of the treaty being signed, along with a large carved war canoe. The war canoe is now an official warship, after our current Queen asked if they would give her the honour of placing HMS before its name.
The Marae hosts cultural performances and we attend one. I'm normally a bit weary of going to these sorts of things, usually just being tourist traps, but this one ...
... and one girl, can you believe it, who lives in Worthing! Her name is Sophie and she lives ten minutes away from me, small world. Have noticed kiwis like to say 'eh' or 'sweet as' at the end of every sentence. Have been called dear far too many times, also people seem to think i'm either french or german?! Weird. Great day today, am getting used to the time difference now but still feel like I'm on a ...