Bay of Islands Sublime Apartments
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... up my camera and so glad I did as it was amazing! It's one of those things that you can't explain what it's like unless you've done it yourself. Best fun ever. Dinner was at another hostel down the road. BBQ dinner in NZ is a must and I have to say I was good. As it got later the room turned more into a club with the tunes banging on and people getting more and more ******. Best night out I've had in a while and a good way for us all to bond. Going back to Auckland tomorrow. The journey awaits ...
... oreos were too much to bare. It was altogether an exhilirating but very sandy experience - We were still finding sand in our ears the next morning. On Monday morning we drove ourselves south for a brief one night stopover in the pretty seaside town of Okwera where we enjoyed some delicious seafood and the opportunity to completely empty our rucksacks (anyone who's stayed in a shared dorm for a prolonged period of time will know the joys of ...
A very beautiful drive from Auckland to bay of islands, marked with lush rolling hills, tree landscapes and shimmering waters We stayed in Paihia. Paihia town has a range of seafood eateries and casual pubs. We tried the Splash Bar for some ribs, calamari and beer. It had a nice view of the Paihia bay front Walked along the beach front and watched some ...
... playfully, and then quickly change course and we would follow after them. It was a moment of true breath-taking beauty; the warm sun on our faces, a slight ocean breeze in our hair, clear blue deep open ocean waters, met with a piercing blue sky, set amongst a backdrop of jade green forests upon tall mountains on a sprinkling of islands. This must be what heaven looks like! We watched as the dolphins frolicked in the water, and Alice would squeal with delight as one of ...
... for Northland. Clear gum is amber. Tonnes of gum was shopped to the UK - would you believe to Birmingham - to a company ( who our guide was called Meredith's). The gum was melted down and used as a varnish for example as a deck varnish for ships. The clear really good stuff was turned into stones (amber) for jewellery.
you could still see the great big holes in the forest at the base of the trees where they had dug for the ...