Anglesea Motel & Conference Centre
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... stopped at a cafe called Casablanca for drinks and refreshments. Took a short walk on the promenade for a few more snaps. Look at the pictures we took heading past Auckland. Dropped Roma and Paul off at Darryl and Reshma's house then we returned to Levin and Sherry's home for a meal and one more night with them before continuing our journey to Rotorua and Taupo ...
... farm so we could see all their animals (Charlie also pointed out the river that we had kayaked down). We met the sheep and lambs, alpacas, donkeys, bees, fish, dog and about a million cats. They then showed us all the wool they had collected from their animals and what they did with it. We even had a go at spinning the wool! We left the farm and went into Raglan town to collect some things to make spaghetti bolognese for tea. We went to our accommodation for the ...
... t accept the offer because I had a commitment with Adecco, the Recruitment agency. Basically they say that I work for them and when the company where I work for wants to hire me, they have to 'buy’ me out! So that was no possibility, especially because I don’t know how long I will stay in the North…it would be not fair! So too bad. But within 6 months I am allowed to go back to Parentline, if I leave Adecco. So we will see if I am still in the North after ...
... to the place - more so than I had even expected. It now makes sense why it looks so wonderful onscreen; because it is so beautiful in reality. It is definitely a win for traditional sets over CGI alternatives. It helped that it was such a great day for the weather, and given how late it is in the season I think I was pretty lucky to have experienced Hobbiton in its prime. Though there were plenty of others on the tour, being winter it ...
... Can't say I enjoyed that bit as I breathed in a lot of water every time, ew! All 15 of us went down into the dark caves and tried not to fall over. It's pretty hard when there is such an uneven surface and it's quite dark and most of it is underwater! Quite fun though and not as cold as I thought although my hands were freezing. Had to be pushed backwards off a ...