Triton Suites Motel
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... in Australia, we opted for the minimal insurance policy and they took a gut wrenching NZ$3000 bond from Dave's credit card. After a quick spin on the side streets to get used to the automatic, Dave nonchalantly pulled out onto the motorway with the entire trips budget weighing on his Police trained driver's hands. We shot up north to the Bay of Islands on a recommendation from one of ...
... into the I-site at the end of the pier.
On the way home I noticed that the place that rented kayaks and catamarans also hired a self-guided motor boat for half and full days bad agreed that this sounded great as opposed to taking some Fuller cruise that would be packed with people. I went old school and stopped at the pay phone on the way home to get more info. When we returned home the kids ...
... were docked.
GAS IS $217.9 A LITRE HERE, we are glad we are still not driving a little camper van.
All along the drive we had to stop for road work. One spot we are still shaking are head about. We have absolutely no idea why we had to slow down and then stop for a flag guy.
Drove through a really cool town that had huge birds, poppies, a sheep and a dog. Like the Ukrainian Egg in size. Then we drove by a deer farm. There are wineries ...
We took a tender from the ship at 7:45 am to Waitangi Wharf where we met our Maori guide, then boarded a bus that took us first to Kerikeri, well known for its citrus orchards including, kiwi, apples and avocados.
Kerikeri is located on the Northland region referred to as the "cradle of the nation" because much of New Zealand's earliest interactions between the Maori and Europeans took place here.
Anglican missionaries arrived ...
Merry Christmas Everyone!! Woke up this morning to the sound of the Irish kids next door screaming and laughing with excitement opening their presents. Its nice as it actually made it feel more like Christmas. Straight down to breakfast after getting the camper van into "day mode" to cook up sausages followed by Christmas cake mummy G had sent us, a perfect way ...