Pioneer Waterfront Apartments
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids pool
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... outside and up to the Mouri Village. It was a really lovely place and so quiet. After the mission house we went to the chocolate factory. That was good, we got to taste a few bits which were delicious. It was really expensive so we left empty handed but it was a lovely little tour. The afternoon was spent in Paihia again, it was a lovely day so we had a little wander around and looked in a few of the shops. It definitely is a town which you know will be packed in summer. It ...
... shots. The iPhone was too slow for me to catch them out of the water.)
Beautiful scenery here. It was cloudy so the pics don't really show how blue the water is here but we were happy because it was ...
... a hell hole as it attracted all the bad sorts and was full of bars and brothels etc. of course now it is a really picturesque little town and it was really nice for a walk around.
We took a reeeeally long drive on unsealed roads to get to a DOC campsite for the night, but it turned out we couldn’t find it… so off we went back to the main highway where we found a convenient car park tucked away from the main road where we got our heads down for the ...
We arrived in the Bay of Islands and the weather was completely different. I was still in my puffer jacket from the drive up and as we drove through the town we could see people lining the sandy beach in bikinis and people in swimming, it was gorgeous. To take advantage of the sun we booked a sailing trip for the next day.
Next morning we boarded the Carino, ...
... two days prior to the mountain climb visiting local attractions, drinking beer and learning about Persian new year preparations. It was my first Couchsurfing experience and It was great :)! Climbing. Mt Taranaki took it's toll on my Achilles and I dropped back from the group about a third of the way and went off to explore the surrounding woodland and bush walks - I walked about 17km with Pink Floyd blaring in my ears and didn't see a single person so ...