Arches Retreat - Ridgeland Farm Whangarei
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... cherished harbour", and today it has a huge port, train station, and a oil refinery off the coast. When we finished checking out the town we decided to take another detour down this one road with no exit to the beach. On our way down this road we made many mini pit stops to see the beautiful sceneries. After driving for about 30 minutes we finally arrive to the beach called Ocean Beach (very original naming like most ...
Today we made for Tutukato on the east coast about 100 km away. It is still rather cold and keeps raining but we are in the car so at least staying warm and dry. We probably notice it more so, as a few days ago we were in the warmth of Fiji. We met an English guy called Chris on the first island we visited who works at a diving school nearby so said if we were passing we would call in to see him but left a message as he was diving. There ...
... Bay, where we'll stay a few nights.
We named our new little car 'Janette' after her owner Janine. She's a Toyota Starlet.
Nous avons quitte la maison de Natalie il y a deux jours, tristement, avons pris un bus pour Auckland et un autre pour Whangarei (pronunced 'Fangarei'). C'est la que Julian est venu nous chercher et nous a amene au garage pour recuperer notre voiture. Julian ...
... help the company streamline their current operating procedures. He has also interviewed with a few temporary agencies, and in his pre-employment screening did well above Kiwi average on his testing. Given that, we have confidence that if this position ends, another is not far off.
All of Bruce’s recent telephone interviewing has opened his eyes that maybe he could devote more energy to volunteering for the community. Therefore, he got his feet wet ...
... had a nice time warming up in the sun. We had been told due to the rain in the previous week that the final cave would be more like a pool, so we
opted out and went back to the hostel instead. Leo left from there, and Daniel and I continued on to some beaches - we found a rope swing, which was hilarious and fun! That night, I met Katrin, a German woman that was looking for someone to take a road trip with. She decided to come with me up North the next day!