Hastings Top 10 Holiday Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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On a rainy day of wine tasting... leave the driving to the pros! After a wet leisurely morning including breakfast prepared by chef Linda in the Tank, we were picked up at the campground by Graham (our driver and guide). As a group of four (we were with another couple from the UK) we set out to drink our way through four tastings and a "gourmet" …
Today we had the longest drive (in milage) that we've had in New Zealand. Luckily, it was the flatest, straightest, and easiest segment to date. Linda was calm and charming!
We started our day, however, by dumping the Tank toilet into the wrong drain at the campground. The owner was as ****** as a Kiwi gets and was still smiling and nice to us …
... the final but was 6th overall. 19/01/2014 Day off for me again today, Hef has gone back to finish the shed. I didn't do a lot. I walked into town to get some food for tea. I just read my book and watched a few films until Hef came back about 4pm after finishing the shed at 1.30pm! They all went to the pub after work for some drinks. We went to Mark and Trish's so Hef could grind his gear. We sat with them for a while chatting as Mark decided with Colin what work was on tomorrow. ...
... her to the shed. It's a 6 stand raised board, really nice big shed. We only have 4 shearers; Hemi, Hef, Loïc and Russell. Me, Jonet and Marcel rousying. We have 670 lambs to shear. Its a bit boring so Jonet has a nap have way through the morning! It's a fairly quick day; we finish around 3pm and get on our way back home. We both feel knackered when we get back and starving. We both shower and then Hef goes to Marks to grind, whilst I watch a film to stop ...
... off this morning that we started yesterday. The shed was a raised board; like the royal welsh show shearing competition set up. It was a nice shed but very dark and dingy. A rousie will always judge a shed on the toilet. If there's a nice toilet it's a good shed! Today was a good shed, toilet inside, with flush, light and a lock on the door! Some sheds have a tin house outside with a seat over a hole in the ground! Flies and all! Yuck! (I'll hold it in I think!) ...