Journey of our live in New Zealand

We had the journey of our live in New Zealand. Started with the boys at Baystay B&B in Paihia. The next day we started driving with the campervan and worked our way to the South. We both fall in love on this house on wheels… Really I did not see a campervan in whole New Zealand that was better then ours from the Bay of Islands Campervans. we know who we choose if we ever travel New Zealand again!
What did Hans and I enjoyed our world down under. The start was quite good in the Bay of Islands. We were warmly welcomed and enjoyed the spacious room with superbed and then all the anticipation for our trip through New Zealand to start with the SUPER CAMPERVAN. Fully furnished with everything you need for a memorable holiday and well stocked with towels and linens. Every day magnificent views. The campsites were very nice and helpful with good cuisine and excellent shower and toilet buildings. We often chose the Holiday Top 10 campsites, beautiful spots and there is nothing to be desired. During the day we faced a break often in such a place all to yourself. Space, quiet and beautiful nature around. The Bay of Islands was all Pacific, but we reason through primeval forests, through rolling hills, rugged mountains, but also with hairpin turns and along beautiful lakes. Oh, and you have a breakdown sometime … The AA called with the help of the existing mobile notime made ​​within a handy mechanic, so you going again and help changing the flat tire. The farmer on whose property we take the camper, put it took “no problem”. Many people were curious about the camper and then showed off how proud we wheeled our house looked like inside. If we again go to New Zealand we know or with whom we take the plunge! hans09willy07

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