Bay of Islands Sublime Apartments
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... stroll and some snaps, we hopped back on the bus and headed to 90 mile beach, situated on the Aupori Peninsula. Fact two: the beach is only 55 miles long. It's name came from missionaries who travelled it, thinking it would take three days on horseback, covering 30 miles a day. However, their maths was flawed as they didn't take into consideration that horses travel slower on sand! So, the beach was where things got interesting...suddenly we were on our bus, driving ...
... out. 2 if they did manage to hold you to pull you up to the next bit, they were soaking wet from the rain so you kept losing your grip on them. I slipped back down so many times and I was putting every ounce of energy and strength I had in to pulling myself up that hill. Then out of no where the asthma hit, however this time it was worse than I've ever had before I literally could not breathe, I was gasping for air but my chest was getting tighter, my throat felt like it was ...
... we decided to get our grocery shop out of the way. We walked to Countdown and picked up supplies for all our meals here, costing us £10 each for quite a lot of meals. Yeah New Zealand is expensive but managed correctly, it can be done! We had spaghetti on cheese and toast for lunch and it did the job. Yum yums!!
We had the afternoon free so we decided to go on a little walk and take in all of the sites. New Zealand is a beautiful country and we ...
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... house was built here and in due course, the Treaty was signed here in 1840. The Waitangi Treaty is still New Zealand's most important document, although with versions in both English and Maori which don't quite mean the same thing to everyone, the interpretation continues to be challenged to this day. In 1940, the Meeting House was added ...