Anglesea Motel & Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We spent today travelling South. The sun was shining and it was the warmest day so far. We made it past Auckland and through Hamilton. We were recommended to see Raglan which was about 45 km to the west coast from Hamilton. It seems a very popular place for surfers, they were everywhere. The first hostel we stopped at were fully booked so we ...
... transported us to Ireland with its ‘diddly dee’ music playing from external speakers. With a little jig ourselves we went in and ordered two of their strongest beverages – one ginger beer and a cup of tea, then sat ourselves next to the roaring fire losing ourselves in our surroundings of the Shire.
Our time in the Green Dragon was over all too quickly which meant the end of our Hobbiton Tour. As we disembarked ...
Yoga at 8am was interesting with an indian instructor. He wasn't as good as the Swedish looking instructor in Patnem and favoured floor stretches over anything else, which was fine for Georgia but not so great for me. He did push me to touch my toes to my head and Georgia to touch her toes to the back of her head! He did a weird sucked in stomach wave with his abs at the end and some nasal breathing techniques. The session lasted around 1 1/2 hours. After yoga I had ...
... s culture, which is Maori. The Maori people came from Polynesia, and so do the people in Hawaii. We saw a canoe that carried 100 people that I found surprising because it wasn't that big. In the Maori meeting house you had to take off your shoes
We then picked up our new wheels!!!!
(Picture below of our new car)
It was our intention to stay in Hamilton which is the last big town before Auckland, but apart from Hamilton Gardens, which were lovely, the whole place had a "run down" feel about it. The City Campsite also had a poor review, so after visiting the gardens we moved onto Miranda on the Coast, where we had stayed back in early ...