Summit Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was taking us. Peggy the. read up on the town in his Lonely Planet book and told us that it was basically one of the worst towns in New Zealand! At this point though we didn't care we had know choice! Eventually we made it to the other side of the lake and we felt like we were closer to civilisation. Although the road was STILL gravel, we had passed four other cars by this point so that was encouraging. Finally in the last 30km the road turned back to a two lane paved road and ...
This morning the ship docked at Tauranga. The town of Tauranga lies perched on the North Island's eastern coast here the waters of the Bay of Plenty, named by Captain Cook, wash ashore. The mild climate in this area supports a bountiful agricultural backdrop including large forests used for timber.
We disembarked from the ship where we met our driver Max who was going to take us to Lake McLaren for our kayaking tour to see ...
... grant me grace and wisdom, as I write to you. The DTS (Discipleship Training School) officially finished Thursday, with an amazing graduation. Several students gave testimony of how God changed their lives since coming to DTS. Every student graduated and left more equipped for life as a disciple of Christ. Some students returned home, others will go on to a second level school for more training, and some have returned or will return to staff a DTS. Please continue to pray ...
So I'm in Tauranga. Whilst Jo & co. visit their relatives, I am staying with Jo's mother Joyce. She lives in a nice suburb of Tauranga called Matua. She is a caring old lady who at first appears a little timid, but in actuality is a strong and independent woman, especially for her age. I was originally planning on finding a hostel, but am now glad I didn't because I can contribute towards Joyce's Hawaiian Cruise fund. Plus, in realistic terms it was also much cheaper for ...
... Sam and Rhian had made it back from their short weekend away by this point and so the six of us made the steep climb up to the view point. The views from the top, as with everywhere else in NZ, were pretty amazing. Is there anywhere in NZ which isn't stunning? After a few group photographs we headed back down into town for some sushi in the sun. With it being such a beautiful day it would have been a travesty not to go to the beach so we took ...