Miranda Holiday Park
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMiranda Holiday Park Thames
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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
... flow at that time of the day (5.45pm). We decided to stop for a snack on the way home but weren’t too late getting home. We’ll leave the mountain of washing for the morning! It’s been a wonderful holiday and we’ve had so much fun on this adventure.
It’s been fantastic finally getting to places that have been on our destination list for ages (some
have waited 30 years!) Nice to be home safe and well too.
... a couple of months. The fourth generation look pretty but then migrate and hibernate over the winter before laying eggs and then dying – this process taking around 8 or 9 months. The butterflies in the USA migrate up the country to Canada, the fourth generation fly down to Mexico to hibernate and then the the whole thing starts again. The butterflies here in New Zealand travel up to the north of the country to hibernate, but again, only the fourth generation ...
Up at 8am...what a sleep! Had a dream I agreed to jump off sky tower. Aww man (as the locals would say), I actually did it....I'm such an idiot. Bad news, today's first stop Westfield shopping centre. Got Fraser a birthday card so not a complete was of time. Coffee shop for me reading my tourist literature whilst Rach shopped...shockerooney, an hour later and nothing purchased. It's beautiful sunshine, 25 ...
... were black.
Arrived at the lovely African Villa B and B accommodation in Carsten’s Street, Tamboerskloof, a leafy and safe suburb of Capetown with local cafes in easy walking distance. Bongi, the night porter, introduced us to our surroundings and made us comfortable in our lovely upstairs room. Feeling pretty jet lagged by now – somehow travelling west, daylight all the way, upsets the body ...