Boundary Court Motor Inn
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... least 30 games go on at one time, with another lot in the afternoon.
She has also been accepted into a new school in Hamilton, Dio, and she has being undertaking tests to see where she should be placed in the various classes. (The school is state assisted, which means part state part private- it is half the price of a full private school but ha all the facilities! ) she seems to be very happy about the transition to the new school as I think she's pretty bored ...
... rail with an Hotel which is the only watering hole in 150km. Coffee was good and here we learned that the railway is used by tourists travelling on converted golf carts, though we didn't see any it explained the polished rails and lack of train service. We pressed on another hour winding through amazing scenery with rain forest appearing at every climb and sheep and cattle in the dips, and the railway of course. Lunch by the sides of ...
... of an ex-RAF WW2 Chipmunk 2 seater plane - a hobby he likes to share. One thing led to another and before long we were offered a ride.
It not being practical on that day, we agreed to return the following Sunday morning - something to do with the thermals being better early in the morning - too technical for me but very excited about it.
Saturday, 14.2.15 was spent at the local Otara market in Auckland - like markets all over the world, a lively place.
... the best for climbing on wet, slippy rocks. As you can guess the kids were desperate to follow me, but luckily stopped by mum.. Amazing draft was blow off the waterfall as you got close, very cooling. ( Amazing how much water in the river given it has been an exceptionally dry month).
At the caves, there are loads of different tours to choose from, we decided ...
... tattoo DOES in fact mean Gemma in Chinese (Mandarin to be exact!)
The next morning I got the Stray bus south. Most people were staying on until Raglan, as that's the first main stop, but most people also only have a month to travel New Zealand. As I have two months I decided I'd stop in Hamilton for a couple of nights first. I said bye to Ryan and will hopefully see him down in Queenstown, if not before, and headed to the hostel. I was joined on my walk by the only ...