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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After breakfast we thankfully leave the hustle & bustle of Auckland to head north for Paihia. The roads are clear & well sign-posted. We arrive in Paihia to sunshine & beautiful coastal scenery. We've booked our accommodation already & are staying at the Outrigger Motel - we receive a genuine warm welcome from our hosts Greg & …
... as a sailing city. We are planning to spend at least our last night there . We arrived in early evening to the lovely Bay of Islands. We ate at a restaurant on the beach , did our shopping run at the local supermarket Countdown (sometimes we shopped at 4 Squares which seems more popular at every small town). We booked a cruise around the islands for tomorrow morning. I can't believe our dream vacation is winding down. Only 4 nights left...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... to admire lovely long Karikari Bay beach before having a swim at the heart-shaped and sheltered and Matai Bay, which we really enjoyed and in hindsight was one of the best beaches of the whole trip.
We reached our campsite at Ahipara around 7pm and set up our tent before having hot showers and hitting the BBQs. It was quite a good set up but very busy, with campers and also a backpackers’ hostel attached, so the showers and cooking facilities were in high ...