Centennial Heights B&B
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... a roast that's not beef. I wouldn't normally complain except they filled them with gravy, making them all soggy and I don't like soggy yorkshires. The wine they served with my pork was lovely and I would recommend this place to anyone staying in the area.
I'm now back at the B&B choosing what repeat of a BBC programme I'm gonna watch to send me to sleep and glad that I'm in the L of the Great Wineglass
Night Night all ...
... beach, I went back to my van and enjoyed the rest of this great relaxing day in my campsite continuing to catch up with my blog-updates...
Last stop: Auckland
So this has been my great amazing time in New Zealand. I am now travelling to Auckland and spending a last night at my friends' house. I am happy to see them again and it will be a great finish to a fantastic time in New Zealand. Stay tuned for personal summary on this country. Cheers!
... We found little bits of real gold, fools gold, lead, a black gem cnt member the name tho, I found a big purple stone called amethyst?! There was loads of types tho. And he said we could keep what we found too! Anyway this was just supposed to be a short stop off so we had to get back away, but deffo glad we called in. He said that the people who had just gone before we arrived were both from Cumbria too, like Ashleigh! How strange is that! Ok so bk in the ...
... br> Having Darryl around was already proving useful as he was teaching us new words and funny slang terms, as well as, tips on places to visit and what not to do. I found myself taking a liking to him and hoped that he wasn't just being polite about offering to show us around tomorrow (there's the untrusting American again...)
Upon heading back to our rooms, Stephanie, Alayna, and I finally met our roommates! They were a few years younger than us, around 19 and 20. ...
... I picked up my rental car (they upgraded me for free!) and then took off to go white water rafting. I rafted on the Kaituna river, which has the highest commercial waterfall for rafting. Our guide started us off on some smaller waterfalls, then we came up to the big one. We paddled hard up to it, then on our guide's command we jumped inside the raft and held on as our raft went vertical over the waterfall. All of a sudden we ...
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