Alcamo Hotel - Hamilton
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... filmed for the green dragon town. In a big house we had special "Hobbit beer". On our whole way through Hobbiton we saw maybe 55 Hobbit holes.
On our way to the next hotel we stopped at the Otrahohanga kiwi house where I saw my first kiwi. They are sooooooooo cute. After that we arrived at the hotel. A few hours later we went to a Rotary meeting. It was quiet boring but we saw something spatial. A real Kiwi!!! It was behind a window but in the wilderness.
... Raglan and meet us there.
First things first, Neil did all the safety checks (quite rigorous) and explained to us what was happening and what would happen during the flight.
After that it was into the passenger seat and before I realised it we had a smooth take off and were soon quite high up in the air. The world certainly looks different from up there and unlike a ...
... up close, it was also weird. I found it shocking that cows had fallen through from above. This cave was also fun but not as good as the glow-worm cave.
The swimming pools at the campsite were amazing, and I enjoyed swimming in them. They had really hot pools, so dad had no excuses… so we had lots of fun.
Hot water springs
2 words about it
We dug it quickly ...
... the owner told us he was no longer doing the farmstay, so we had to move on.
The trip around the lake, at least let us witness some amazing colours on the mountains while the sun began to set.
Our next chance was to find a Motel in Huntley, a town that grew around the largest coal plant in NZ (and looked that way).
There was one place in the whole town, the North End Motel, and the sign at reception asked us to take ...
... stop, lunch. We'd seen a pub with lunch time meals for $10 (£5). Two pizzas for a tenner, we were pleased with the cheap deal (we'd soon be shocked though as takeaway Domino's was a steal at $5 a pizza).
On the road, fully stocked and ready for our adventure, we were so excited, loving our new home on wheels. It was Friday and we were heading to Ritchie's. Rich played hockey with David and I at Norton, Middlesbrough (the tour star tat is also blackened on Richie's botty - ...