Discovery Settlers Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... finished the day with Lucy's final birthday treat at the Polynesian spa pools overlooking the lake at sunset! The next day we drove to Watimo caves to visit the glow worms. Looking at the map we decided we would go our own 'quicker' route however with no map or directions we ended up down narrow winding cliff side tracks in the middle of nowhere. Liam was enjoying the thrill of a bit of danger driving imaging a go cart whilst Lucy was clinging to ...
There aren't many places that have their public toilets as their claim to fame, but Kawakawa is just that place! These works of art were created by Freidensreich Hundertwasser an Austrian painter, architect, ecologist and philosopher who made Kawakawa his home from 1975 till his death in 2001 where he realised ...
... which is on the east coast going towards the Bay of Islands.From SH1 ( state highway 1) onto the picturesque Russell Road. It was difficult not to stop every 5 minutes for a photo opportunity. The terracing on the hills was incredible. Whether it was due to land clearance for pasture, and created by cattle, or as some suggest, a Maori influence, we don't know. Our inkling is that of livestock as the paths are very narrow. We arrived in Russell at around 6.30 ...
... car across to Russell on the ferry to explore the town and surrounding area. Russell is steeped in history what with the initial Maori habitation followed by it becoming a welcomed haven for the whalers during the late 1700's - early 1800's and then finally becoming the first capital of NZ with the Waitangi treaty being signed just across the bay. We visit a forest reserve and take a short walk to see the giant kauri trees that are still in existence. Unfortunately ...
... It’s a pretty small company and the boat’s quite small too – there’s only 12 of us plus crew, most are diving but there are a couple of snorkelers too. We head off into the Bay of Islands and it’s another gorgeous day with barely a cloud in the sky. It takes us an hour or so to reach the Poor Knights, and they’re pretty nice islands, volcanic in origin (like most stuff in NZ) so plenty of caves and holes in the ...