Bathurst Heritage Motor Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... in Tauranga in 2013, and could have stayed longer - not too far from Auckland, squeezed between the coast and the mountains, close to steaming lakes, boiling mud, extinct volcanoes and Hobbiton. Joey - still fondly reminiscing over pineapple lumps, feijoas, and L&P (famous in New Zealand) - heard of our idea and said "I'm in!" The Tauranga trip was on. Elise took charge of event entries - she would run the 14km. Joey started running with her as ...
... coal. Constructed in 2000 and the energy generated is fed into the country energy transmission grid for distributions to customers under the green power scheme. 15 wind turbines with 660 KW capacity, 45 meter hub height, 28.5 RPM, 47 meter blade diameter, The farmer supplies the land and in return is paid an agreed amount per turbine per year. These 15 turbines can supply 3,500 homes.
... probably exacerbated by the placement of our van. This meant that for the first night our van felt a little like the Weasley's home - rather lopsided. We adjusted this slightly on Saturday morning and our stay was relatively warm and completely dry and all the bits and pieces worked perfectly.
The two days of training were great fun. We learnt to do a stall start in reverse down ...
... before, all of them very nice.
Whilst in Manly we took the ferry over to Circular Quay, saw the boats in the harbor and the Opera House and of course Sydney Harbor Bridge which we did end up driving over as a treat for me! I almost forgot my bet treat of all. HOME AND AWAY…… yep I went to Palm Beach and the surf club (haven’t watched it in 20+ years but wow!!! Loved it) Bye Bye Manly ...
... Sometime during the night another truck pulled up and left his motor going, or as I've read, they have an auxiliary motor which makes starting the main motor easier instead of allowing it to go cold. All very well for the truckie, but not much fun for his sleeping companions. Then at about 1am one of the trucks moved out, then around 3am another moved out. We didn't get a lot of sleep that night, but hey, if you want free camping, you have to get some doozy ...