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Travel Blogs from Tauranga
... a water tank installed at the Clinic.
She now has a desire to start a maternity programme and a nutritional programme.
You may recall the photo of the pigmy orphan child we saw at Lake Bunyonyi. She hopes to be able to address the malnutrition issues like this child was experiencing.
Stop press: Claire met with Mrs Margaret Mugisa project Manager AMREF IN UGANDA and received support for her nutritional programme
... that many tourists stop to take pictures. After that stop, we arrived in Tauranga and climbed Mount Maunganui. It is an extinct volcanic cone with a peak of 761 feet - and I climbed every foot of it! After stopping a few times to "take pictures"/catch my breath, I made it to the peak and got to enjoy the beautiful view. It looks out on the ocean and the town, and we got there just before sunset so it was a stunning sight. ...
... pay if so.
Woops - spelling mistake and they can't do maths. I am being really picky here aren't I, but now I am like a 'dog with a bone' I need to get this sorted. So I send another email, and do the on-line payment of $332.50.
I was just making a point here. I booked the room for 1 person, yet ...
... of color created by the different minerals in the waters.
Continuing on to lake country, we ascended Skyline gondola and enjoyed a wonderful lunch looking down on a beautiful large lake. After lunch, we were treated a performance by some Maori dancers and singers. If you've been to Hawaii, you would have heard similarities in the music.
Our last stop was the Rainbow Springs Park where they ...
... will offer other delights, including but not limited to a generous abundance of free camping, affordable wine, and excellent meat (both steak and lamb) at reasonable prices. It will also forever hold a special place in our hearts as the place we will become united as husband and wife on May 22, 2013.
Like I said, Australia, here we come. New Zealand, thank you for a magical two months! We will cherish our memories amongst your bounteous nature and ...