Settlers Motor Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... all makes for sombre reading, but the museum does highlight some positives, such as sustainable farming and measures to reintroduce native animals into reserves. We also went looking for the first dinosaur bone ever discovered in the world, we were told about it on our arrival by one of the guides. It was actually found in England, almost on our doorstep in West Sussex a few centuries ago. It is a tooth, looking at it, you ...
... stream of birds just outside the window: sparrows feeding from coconut shells on the tree, starlings chasing them away to drink from the birdbath, magpies chasing the starlings and the ever-present tui drinking the nectar from the yellow kowhai tree. Magpies here are very different to those at home: they have a much slimmer profile with their black and white patterning looking ...
... is better anyway so it evens out.
6. Kiwis are amongst some of the friendliest people you will ever have the pleasure of meeting
7. A kiwi is a New Zealand local.
A kiwi fruit is the small green fruit. Don't call a kiwi fruit a kiwi - it causes confusion for everyone involved.
8. Fast food is so ridiculously cheap
I'm surprised everyone here isn't totally obese. You can get pizza hut or dominos ...
... of our trip. After I had bought some things in the gift shop, it was time for the show. We sat back in the comfy reclining chairs and watched an awesome movie about seasons and earth's tilt. Then an employee projected the night sky onto an overhead screen and pointed out some constellations and planets. Once we were down from the cable car, we decided to shop for ...
... Park mostly on 4WD tracks through forest and crossing several rivers. We had arranged transport and after being picked up at the end, we drove 4 hours north to Cambridge where Graham had kindly offered to show us around New Zealand’s hub of elite endurance sport. Cambridge is a small affluent town in dairy farming country, and has been made famous for breeding eventing horses. It is also the national training centre for New Zealand rowing at Lake Karapiro, which hosted ...