Chestnut Ridge Farmstay B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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The airline had a nice touch dishing out cubes of Swiss chocolate near the end of the flights. A sophisticated version of Air NZ's boiled sweets.
We arrived in Hong Kong - fragrant harbour - late afternoon and got a fast train into the city and then a coutesy bus to our hotel on the Kowloon side - a very painless way to transit from the airport.
We wandered along the harbour front in the heat and humidity to watch the nightly ...
... and we successfully gave away a couple bottles of surplus-to-requirements camping gas to a Kiwi chap. He said that a lot of travellers tent to ditch their camping gear at this particular site and it isn't uncommon to find whole tents in the bin. Indicating a grey tent near the fence that was beginning to lose its shape, he told Ben that nobody had been occupying it for days. He presumed that it was abandoned. We had an hour or so in Auckand's ...
Dad Drove Back to Auckland for our final day, took a while to find a place that still does gas bottle refills rather than a full swap and go. There was a pacific islands fair at the park next to our hotel so we checked out the action there before heading into the shopping complex to check out a movie. The girls watched "home" while Jarrod an I watched seventh son in the premium lounge. Not long now and we will be on a flight back ...
... sometimes comes and sings with him. As usual everywhere Looks half asleep and empty. I bought a colourful top actually from Australia but I love it. We saw the 2 houses that Els and her sister have in the town that they rent out in the hope that the town will spread and they will make money selling it to developers. Met up with Ells who had been to the gym and been saddle fitting. We all went to Shed 16 for lunch. A ...
When i woke up i had to go outside to the loo then we hi the road to go back to Aukland we stopped of at a kauri museum which included about how when the British came over. There was so much kauri and it is so straight and strong they wiped out about 8000 hectares of forrest it was so common they even used it as fire wood and fence poles. Now the kauri is protected because of all the logging that went on. As well as logging they got gum out of the tree ...