Settlers Motor Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and let it heat up while I sprinted to the bathroom? No? I was freeking COLD!!! Winter cold. See your breath cold. I was not prepared. On Day 3 I bought a hat, thick socks and long johns. That helped a bit. The first several nights were fun and cozy. I went to bed just after sun down and was up at sunrise. I read lots at night under blankets in my little bed. I had coffee and breaky at sunrise while sitting out the side of the van. It was all very bohemian and cool. But, ...
... They were all excellent company and we are very happy to have crossed paths with such a friendly bunch at this little campsite. Sadly, we had to make a difficult decision about our itinerary for our last couple of days in New Zealand and strike the Cape Kidnappers gannet colony off our list. You can't do everything. * - He was wearing old decorating clothes so it is safe to assume that he had been using white spirits to clean paint brushes, not drinking ...
... choice of Malay, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, and Creole restaurants to choose from. We ate our first dinner at a Japanese noodle shop in New Town.
Other than that, we walked around a bit and enjoyed Cuba St., the groovy pedestrian street that has loads of restaurants, street performers, ice cream shops, and pubs.
Deanne's friend from Iowa had ...
... 8217;s sister Victoria (another long lost relative) at the Wellington National Museum. Victoria is a museum librarian, it sounds like a super cool job. My relatives are so cool! My parents got their first taste of Maori culture and history and Columba gave us his very own tour of the Maori exhibit. Our own personal tour guide? Come on! That’s awesome! We even saw the world’s only (on display) Giant Squid! Some fisherman caught it off the New Zealand Coast ...
... been in the air for 15 minutes!!
Forty minutes from lift-off and we are in the arrivals hall at Wellington airport. The speed of our transit is however tempered by whatever fiasco has occurred with the organisation of the hire cars. Two and half hours of standing around outside the arrivals hall has most of us a bit touchy. Then when the cars arrive Stirling asks us to hang on for another 10-15 minutes as Panda is arriving shortly. ...