Bay of Islands Cottages
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... white cliffs of Dover , England, which I haven't seen so couldn't compare). These are light colored cliffs right on a long beach with black sand, the sand was so smooth and the beach inviting for a long walk but we had to continue. The cliffs had caves in them too at sea level. The other stop was at another beach and it was named Three Sisters . From where we stood I couldn't figure out why that name. It was another beach where one of ...
... off the afternoon before driving back to Pahia taking part in our first action activity of the trip - sand dune surfing! This involved treking up the enormous dunes, which was a struggle in itself - I likened it to walking up stairs that keep collapsing under foot after each step- and then surfing down on your stomach at high speed. On our return to the car we discretely (or so we thought) stripped off in attempt to remove the sand ...
... My photos of the dolphins are not great as I kept hitting the button after the dolphins had jumped! The water was beautiful and clear so we had no problem in seeing those dolphins that just swam next to the boat. The sail was great, and with the exception of the sail throu the Rock as there was a fair ‘swell’ I felt find and it was really hot so hence why I have the hat on!
The following day we drove up to Cape Reinga where the ...
... Warrior, which was the flagship of Greenpeace. In 1985, when it was on its way to protest French nuclear testing, it was sunk by intelligence operatives in Auckland Harbour, resulting in the death of one of the crew members. The ship was refloated and moved to Matauri Bay in the Cavalli Islands, where it was scuttled to act as a dive wreck.
We picked up our scuba gear in Paihia, just across the bay from Russell, and were driven to Keri Keri ...
... Perfect opportunity to get the camp chairs and picnic table out. We visited New Zealand's oldest church and in the graveyard you could see bullet holes in the gravestones from the war. We also went to the oldest and still functional gas station in New Zealand! Then we got the ferry over to Paihia which took about 15 minutes. We had a lovely walk along the beach and admired the beautiful surroundings. We planned to spend the night ...