Admiral's View Lodge
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- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
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... wind, rain and sunshine in abundance. Grapes were grown here before anywhere else, spawning the nation's vigorous wine industry. Citrus, apples, olives and avocados are also grown here and we pass numerous orchards, sheltered from the wind by tall hedgerows. We pass Mangonui - big shark - where Polynesians first landed, and Doubtless Bay, named by Captain Cook, who wondered at its size and thought it might be a strait, then decided it was doubtless a ...
... NZ lady who gave us a detailed talk as to where everything was and lo and behold they have 2 Kiwis. Now in the rough guide it says this place is the best viewing of Kiwis in NZ.
It appeared to be such a weird place to have two Kiwis but heh ho we went with the flow. Another lady took over and we paid her. They have stats to fill in, one of the questions " where are you from " being answered by the lady on our behalf " Nottingham" Slightly bemused and looking ...
... and I managed to get through security without a hitch, their customs officers are really worried about everything and I ticked 'yes' on one of the boxes to let them know that I was bringing in
'outdoor activity items including... footwear'. I exited the airport with over an hour before I had to catch my bus. I decided to skip the taxi and get the express bus instead, the lady at the counter told me that the trip should only take about half an hour and that a bus ...
... their canoes. Despite the felling of whole forests by the white settlers, many have survived and are now preserved in conservation areas. The largest living specimen in New Zealand is Tane Mahuta, (The Father of the Forest). No photograph can do the might of this tree justice, the canopy being more than 50 metres above the ground and it's girth more than thirteen metres. Today our journey north from Dargaville took us through the native forest ...
... got wifi in the village, had super noodles for lunch then headed off to Auckland.. We stopped off to see a waterfall on the way back then I slept pretty much the rest of the journey until we arrived in Auckland.. I went to the shop then just chilled ...