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... and then we dropped in on the supermarket for some fruit, and liquor store for some wine. Emptied the car and had a sort out, and drank iced and fruity Sauvignon. We walked the few minutes down the road to the place with the most tempting menu. We had a glass each of Sauvignon and ordered a prawn and scallop and orange salad for 'er, and for me a 'hamburger' of smoked bacon and scallops, with frites, which were both so different on the palate and so delicious. There was a pretty ...
... water. The water is supposedly so hot you need the seawater to wash in just to cool it off enough for you to comfortably sit in it. It was a cloudy, but warmish day when we went to the Hot Water beach, and it didn't take long to figure out where it was. The beach was deserted except for a small half court sized patch packed with people. As we got closer we saw quite a few people sitting in their holes enjoying the waters. We found an abandoned hole ...
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... salt comes out of Kiwi salt shakers really quickly, along with tomato sauce from Kiwi sauce bottles.
After brekkie, we all went for a walk down the main street of Tauranga, which is only two streets from their home. Harrison wanted to buy Rio 2 movie, and was convinced it was out there somewhere in a shop. So we pounded the pavement looking for a suitable department store. Donna also had designs on a new red handbag, but only managed to find really ...
... news from the last few days. On Thursday we took the coastal road to Whitianga where we had arranged to stay in a motel for a night. The motels in New Zealand are really lovely, most are kept to a high standard and are much better than a lot of UK B&Bs! We got a lost again leaving Auckland; the road signs are terrible in NZ they are not very well signposted or are signposted at the last minute not leaving you enough time to work out which way to go! The coastal ...
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