Anglesea Motel & Conference Centre
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We hopped back on the Kiwi Experience this morning around 7:30am. We stopped shortly after for a supermarket stop before heading to some nature reserve for a walk. It was ok walk, it did have an interesting tunnel through the mountain which was almost pitch black apart from the odd dim light. But we made it out all good. We got dropped off in a town near to Hamilton where we made It just in time to catch a local ...
... plane there is a lot more glass to see it from.
I won't say I wasn't nervous because I was although not quite the feeling of dread that I have experienced on some occassions. The nerves did not last for long, Neil's very skilled handling of the Chipmunk, the lovely clear morning and the wonderful sights below us saw to that.
The flight West to Raglan was very picturesque ...
Our first trip in the C-van (caravan) was supposed to be a nice and easy drive up to Kawhia. Surprise surprise it was a very beautiful drive but not the best for a first trip. We drove up through the mountains on a dust dirt track. We arrived at sunset on a little campsite on the edge of a lake. As it was so warm Ollie and I decided to sleep under the stars despite mum and dads objections. The next morning we drove off to the ...
... work boots when entering the office.
It was a proper working mens town with kilometre long coal trains and trucks passing through.
Our room was nice enough (and slightly smelly), though and we had to hurry to get some food before everything closed.
Most places were take-aways, so we adjusted to local customs and picked up a couple of hamburgers and a chicken curry and enjoyed them in our little room, while listening to the trains roll ...
... missed Big B). Rich moved to Hamilton, NZ with his girlfriend Lisa and her two lovely children, Lucy and Sam 18 months ago. We were in need of a catch up.
It was so lovely to see them and Rich's cousin, Amy who was staying there for a while. Rich treated us to an Indian takeaway which was fantastic! We love a curry and it had been a while. It was a fab evening and great to catch up. Lisa was training for a half marathon so we made plans to stretch the legs with her the next ...