Bethlehem Motor Inn and Conference Venue
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... togs with him. I figure my shorts are quick-dry, Dave Russell thinks his Bonds undies are suitable while Murray, Bob and Simon do their best to scar the minds of the young children on the beach for ever. Skipper Stirling has ascertained that Paul has budgie-smugglers under his board shorts and so suggests that Paul could let Stirling have his boardies. Paul agrees much to the disgust of his team-mates who have branded the event ...
... water bottles.) It was very basic with the usual great loos but no running water except what you got from the river! Strangely the young German chap who we met in Coromandel Town' on top of the hill, turned up exhausted after having climbed the mountain! We spent the evening together, he refused our invitation of hot food as he was a vegetarian, but we were most impressed as he made his way to the river to wash! It ...
... on the North Island. The temperature ranges between 12 and 28 degrees which makes it very attractive. There are 20 retirement villages in Tauranga.
New Zealand has 15% GST, an average wage of $40,000, land costs $250,000 and a house costs $250,000. All New Zealanders receive the pension at 65 years which is not means tested. A married couple receives $500 a fortnight. A single person gets an extra $150. They have something similar to WorkCover which pays ...
... but I may keep you all up to date with that....if not you can assume why haha, also more good news we have found a football highlight show on tv in the hostel so I can keep up with football back home which is probably the best thing ever. Shaun and Dan left for a few months this weekend and Chris and Guy are leaving next weekend so it's starting to get a bit quiet here but hopefully it will ...
... was quite daunting lowering yourself down into the darkness. As I was first down, it was darkest for me and then I could appreciate just how far it was for the others. We were taken down another two levels of abseil, each getting more and more rough as they were through bigger waterfalls and you could appreciate why the website describes it as "Indiana Jones in a washing machine"! At one point we had to duck under a very low wall to get to the next bit, which ...