Miranda Holiday Park
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- Tennis Court
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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So windy Wellington apparently was officially rated one of its worst days, even by fellow Kiwis! Our departure & overnight sailing turned out to be nothing special although the wind in the harbour seriously churned up the water. Being on the East coast the land dissipated the wind and it was an uneventful night. THURSDAY was a sea day and it was sunny, much warmer & basically calm. All the sun worshippers were out in force ...
What a hoot!! Today we journeyed across the mountainous middle of the island to the east Coast once more. The Tapu - Coroglen Road is a winding gravel 30 kilometre trek through the forests filled with the tallest tree ferns I have ever seen. Many have lost all foliage and the bare trunks stand like sentinels, black and tall. We are prepared for the adventure at Hot Water Beach, bringing spades lent to us by our friends at Te Mata. The digging ...
... staying in and i must say that they were rather no not rather very basic we got 2 mugs 4 sets of crockery a two ring stove and two pans we did get 5 chairs though. My bedding smelt like water mellon and the duvet was a piece of synthetic foam thing. We had a quick dinner and then we went to a place where we were going to go on a night walk. We had two maori guides and there was only one other woman on the tour so it ...
The band was extremely proud to perform for family, friends, bands-people and school students this evening at Auckland Girls' Grammar School.
It's immensely satisfying to show off what we've been up to. Our sincerest thanks to everyone who was able to come to the concert - both Aucklanders and those from out of town. Well done and thank you for supporting your National Band - especially to the Invercargill contingent!
We had our first morning off today. ...
... go my excitement levels are starting to go through the roof - along with my nerves. Leaving New Zealand to the other side of the world, no idea when I will be returning, no idea who I will meet, no idea where I will end up... BRING IT ON! First stop Kuala Lumpur, let the adventure begin! ...