BEST WESTERN Ellerslie International Motor Inn
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Good suite reasonable price.
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With truly horrible weather during the night and forecast for the next few days, may as well head for the city because there may be more indoor attractions than in the country. Leaving Whitianga (which would be an awesome place in summer) at 9.15 , continued around the top of the peninsula, angry seas and rain and wind, 42 km to Coromandel. …
... of all we have fluffy white towels- not smelly, semi-moulding travel towels- amazing. Suze and I showered up and left Scarlett and Rach snoozing while we wandered into the kitchen for some breakfast, here we met Charlie and Emily and while Charlie very kindly made us a coffee (Suze's first ever- she's converted) Emily filled us in with what there was to do in Auckland and helped us plan our day. Lyndsey very kindly made us porridge when Scarlett and ...
... That tree had to be smaller and younger for the second set of movies so they built one. As the tour was ending, our guide asked us to keep up despite the distraction along the way. The distraction is the last photo. Not sure why he was there.
... a donation to the organisation by buying the guide (which just made things worse!) and a bottle of water... Hmmmm, I'm trying to dig myself out of a hole here...!
Tiritiri Matangi, which I previously mentioned before all my moaning about confusing modern art, is another cool island located in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf, and is a predator-free "open sanctuary", home to rarities such as saddlebacks, whiteheads, red-crowned parakeets, kokako and brown ...
... 2 weeks before they left. I dropped them all at the airport on the Sunday evening and then drove back for 3 weeks in Ellerslie. June and Iain (friends from Aberdeen) arrived the following day from visiting a previous work colleague of June’s who lives north of Auckland. Our first trip together was into Auckland was to the Maritime Museum and a sail round the habour. This was an early Christmas present from friends and it was great fun and lovely views of the city centre or as in ...