Centr@l Precinct Apartment Hotel
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... long until Sarah, Emma and Fedde were having a fabulous time building a train track and playing tug-o-war. Emma was very keen to have a cuddle with baby Oscar and loved it. We had our first curry in many months for dinner which was fantastic. We had to eat fast as the kids were picking up anything they could get their hands on. Can't beat a good curry and not all that many of them on offer in the USA.
What a great 'catch up' day.
Cheers, the Berrys
... we brought with us and we made our way to countdown (NZs version of Woolies) to get supplies. I got heaps of ingredients to make Ellis some yummy food including crispy bacon & cream cheese bagels, Caesar salad, scotch steak w mushroom sauce, big breakfast, lamb roast w crispy potatoes and a lot of cold meats, olives, cheeses, Greek yoghurt, Turkish bread - all the things he loves. We then went to a great organic ...
... for children which invite children to play. The building itself is not a big area but each play space is carefully designed for small groups of children to enter and play and there is a wide range of possibilities for children (dramatic and imaginative spaces such as a jungle space, a permanently set up hot-glue gun table, a beading area, etc), where children can work on their projects, independently or with friends. A large weatherproof verandah has been added which is also set ...
So today was our last day with the campervan :( We had another day of super weather so we were up early to have one last soak in the hot pools and tidy out the car. We stopped off at this beautiful beach called Uretiti Beach for a stroll and a swim and then made our way towards Auckland. Checked in at a lovely hostel called Ponsonby backpackers, got stuck ...
... and so we needed to stay relatively close so we could get there at a decent time! We stayed at a campsite called Keeley reserve, next to a beautiful dam. When we arrived we had abit to eat and went straight to bed. None of us had done any exercise for a while, so we were knakered! 30/4 Hobbiton! Or The Shire, whatever you want to call it! Quite excited actually. We got there nice and early, around 9.30am, and booked tickets. We then had breakfast there and waited for our tour ...