Bay of Islands Sublime Apartments
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... the bus and the driver gives us a run through of what the options are on things to do. I ended up booking a tour to swim with dolphins since this was all I really wanted to in Paihia, I decided to do it that afternoon since someone suggested it was better do it in the afternoon after the morning trip had already scouted out the dolphin locations.
We arrived in the glorious sunshine and within ten minutes the heavens had opened and there was a torrential ...
... experience, but fun, as Hughie wanted us to sit outside at the back so that he could look into the wheelhouse.
The town, or village, of Russell was back in the first half of 1800s a real den of iniquity but is a quaint little place today. Rowdy whalers, drunken sailors and prostitutes caused it to be known as the Hell Hole of the Pacific.
We got what our host says is windburn, along with sun, so we're looking very red tonight. We'll be in the car a lot tomorrow which ...
... that she "lost". On the way out of Wangerei as the rain had stopped we called in off highway one to see the Whangarei Falls - as you see pretty spectacular. We also passed a viewpoint unusually named "Frying Pan Lookout" with views across the bay below. Then we made our way back to Russell and journey's end for the day. We ...
... only be described as flying visit it felt like we were rushed through even though that the way I prefer it. It was a very interesting place and well worth a visit, I could not nor still can't believe how big theatres canoe that was built using 3 Kari trees was is it takes 150 paddler and can travel at just over 20 knots or 50k quite staggering to imagine that. We were then dropped of back at the wharf and headed out for the hole in the rock tour, ...
... could drop and they could die of hypothermia, which we really didn't want so we were quite understanding of the rules and just enjoyed watching them play. They came right up to the boat, jumping and blowing their snot at us! What we were watching was Bottlenose Dolphins, but the first mate spotted that one of the younger babies was actually a Common Dolphin. She said she had never seen this before and assumed that the baby ...