Asure Barclay Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Over the last two months, a lots seems to have happened, we've done a lot of surfing, kitesurfing as well as a lot of schooling and ....... well something else has happened, we've gonna bought a house. Yes, that's right a house. So a lot of the time has been spent searching for the right house then in a frantic bed bidding process, we put in a offer, which got accepted.. eek! It's got four bedrooms and a bedsit for people to come stay, or for us to rent out.
... area we were in, but with the plethora of out-of-town shopping malls we decided that the local Pak ‘n’ Save carpark was as good a place as any, so we kept a low profile until the warehouse style supermarket had closed, then slept contently amongst the trolley's (or trundler's as the Kiwi's call them!). Oh well, it was another free night and we were in the right place to buy breakfast the following morning.
Hamilton = Tragic
Hobbiton = ...
... coconut squid and aubergine masala curry. All was done as requested in coconut oil. We cooked at a table in the restaurant and it gave me a good indication of what had been going on the food i had been consuming over the past month. Each curry started with a garam masala base, then adding chilli, turmeric or other spices. The curries started with a couple of tablespoons, at the least, of hot oil which was used to cook mustard seeds and the different ...
... the stars, tent pitched just in case a shower came along, half expected them to get scare about possums or cats wandering around, but they were still outside in the morning. We slept well in the caravan, but thought I was breathing dust all night long.
Next morning we had to wait awhile until the tide had receded, before making our way to the coast where the hot springs were. It look just like a normal beach here, volcanic black sand, and ...
... a folk song by a group of Maori visitors. A little further on we were loaded into a boat and plunged into complete darkness while we drifted along an underground waterway. The ceiling was lit up by millions of gloworms, very magical. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take any photographs. Motored on to Rotorua for lunch, you could smell the town before you got there. It smelt of bad eggs from all the ...