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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... my first few days in New Zealand I've seen the northern tip, learned about how the Maori spirits pass on to the other side, sand boarded both successfully and unsuccessfully. And I've learned to speak some Maori. I've visited the "world famous" hole in the rock, saw pods of dolphins, seen the Haruru falls and watches two Lesbians horn up an entire bar. And it's only 4 days in. If the rest of the trip is going to be as good as this then I can't wait for the next 4 and a half ...
... had a lovely meal of eggs Benedict and home made muffins which were excellent and the coffee was excellent too. A good start.
We then popped down the road to Aunty Ruth's who took us to the new Velodrome (opened by the young royals on their recent trip), where there is an excellent set of cycle tracks for youngsters. We grabbed two bikes (sadly no training wheels so Emma had to go for two wheels) and hit the track. Sarah quickly got back into her stride ...
... overnight in Punta Arenas before arriving at Mt Pleasant in the Falkland Islands. Four wonderful weeks later we arrived home in Auckland via Santiago again. This year will see us back in England, France and visiting Spain as well. Looking forward to using the new books I have ordered with information for Motorhome camping in vineyards in France and Spain. The packing is well under way and Lift Off Day is ...
... happened in the meantime? I am planning to write in my diary ones/twice a month. So that is why I try to tell you a lot right now, from my first arrival until the begin of April;). So what is happening lately, I worked a little more in the factory that called Prolife Food in Hamilton. Through Alignz Recruitment I was allowed to work there. To be honoust, it is really hard work, just temporary of course, but it is rewarding to work and be helpful. I have so ...
... areas which gives off Hydrogen sulphide, giving off the smell of eggs. Once there, we head to the Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland which is a part of a scenic reserve and has a massive area of surface thermal activity covering 18sq.km. It is literally covered with collapsed craters, cold and boiling pools of mud, water and steaming fumaroles and gave us our chemistry/geography lesson for the day. Basically, beneath the ground is a system ...