Miranda Holiday Park
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Heading down from the cormadel we stopped off at thames town ,where there wasn't much there . Finally arriving at Miranda holiday park , where we pitched up and went swimming in the 40.c mineral pool. The day after we slowly headed to auckland finding a campsite just out of the city. Love Jared and Melissa xxxxx
... up over hills then down into beautiful sandy bays lined with the red Pohutukawa trees that are in flower at this time. I stayed two nights at Hahei which is right on the east coast and had a lovely sandy beach and I took a boat trip out to Cathedral Cove. Also drove over to Cooks Beach where Captain Cook claimed NZ for Britain by planting the Union jack on the beach in 1769! Note the warning sign I found on the edge of the beach. Then to ‘Hot ...
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. ...
... squeezed into the last few days before we set off, or done on the journey when we have internet connection. I can't believe it is almost time to set off, I've been looking forward to this trip for so long! Can't wait to introduce Andree to Europe and all of my friends and ...
... Gradually throughout the morning the winds increased and we had the odd shower of heavy rain. Feeling brave we walked down to the beach. It is normally a sheltered beach with gentle waves and little swell so it was a change to see an angry grey sea with almost surf waves crashing onto the beach. We went back to the house for lunch and then, again feeling brave, we walked back down to the sea for the expected high tide surge. It was high tide; the sea was grey, ...