BEST WESTERN Ballina Motel
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... we stop off at Kerosene Creek on the road from Taupo to Rotorua. We spotted a small sign on the side of the main highway and drove down a very bumpy unmade road for a couple of kilometres. Parked up and put our swimming cozzies on. What a gem of a place. A fast moving stream surrounded by trees leading to still pools and a waterfall - of very hot water! The best natural hot spa you could wish for and only a few other people ...
... the town centre. Development anywhere in the world at this time was rare due to the Great Depression, however Napier was all but wiped of the map and had to be rebuilt from scratch. By the end of the 1930s, Napier was the newest city on the planet.
Our lodgings here are in a pretty residence called The Coach House on Bluff ...
... Golf Course, Jen and the girls took on the Pacific Pro-Am Course and Aunty Helen went to work to support our activities! Thanks Aunty Helen. Meanwhile, Aunty Ruth had jumped on a bus and was whizzing her way to Napier for a weekend visit.
After running through the rules of mini putt putt, Jen and the girls were away. There were a few tears on the first green and a little cheating so some motivational talk combined with tough love was ...
... 35); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">You can’t fail to notice that the election is only a week away. Down around Napier and Hastings the billboard war is between the Nats, Labour and the Conservatives, whose candidate is Garth ‘lock em up’ McVicar (I’ve heard him on the radio often, who knew he looks exactly like L Ron Hubbard? Scary). Round here, though, it’s either ...
... A chillier pork was $31 a kilo and came in thin sheets.Tried gym but too hot. The room made me sweat. Lots of elderly working in menial jobs and we are tall surrounded by petite and dark haired people. They still wear black trousers in heat. This is a city of 4 million but it doesn't feel busy or cramped. Most people speak English ...