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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... protected by Sand Fly warriors. These sand flied love foreign blood, they bite and swarm and make your stay just annoying enough to still want to visit, but not want to stay too long.
After putting up the tent, we headed up the hill to the look out, where we... looked... out. And took some pretty epic family photos. We ended our day with wine and cheese by the lake and ...
... palms and silver ferns to a waterfall, swing bridge over a lagoon then finally arrive at a fabulous granite sand beach. After picnic lunch and some languishing on the beach with paddling, we took the water taxi back to the car. Nia was delighted to find a zip wire of mega proportions in the playground, the likes of which you'd never see in the ...
... and fetching. It was cool having a ride in The Edge Jeep, eating the last of the pielets and having a nosey around the radio station. Jodie couldn't stop with the freebies, we were extremely grateful for a 12 pack of pot noodle (version) and red bull cans (version). Tonight we were introduced to the Afghan biscuit. They looked like a pretty standard round chocolate biscuit, but they were much more. Hidden inside were little crisps of cornflakes. They ...
... that the people of Christchurch are still very nice and strong individuals who just want to continue living a normal life.. Christchurch will take over $90million to rebuild and its proposed it will take 20years for it to complete..they still have over 100 buildings to knock down before they start rebuilding..the government asked the city people what they wanted in their city and they received 106,000 responses.. they listened to city ideas and created a blue print of what the city will ...
... now on. 3/24/14 The trail today started with some difficulty. Our first hour was spent hiking uphill. After that, our next 3 hours was undulating hills before our last hour wound us around the hill declining with each step. We exited the Queen Charlotte Track in the small town of Anakiwa. We got an ice cream cone and then hiked 4 more km down the road to hit a bigger road where we might have some luck hitchhiking. Our plan from here is to take ...