Breakfast on the Beach Lodge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... Motor wie beim Dealer hätten, behielten wir vorerst beide Angebote im Auge. Am nächsten Tag zurück beim Dealer war uns das Ganze aber doch nicht so geheuer, da ihm ein professioneller Autocheck scheinbar nicht so recht war, er den Zahnriemen nicht wechseln oder mit dem Preis runter gehen wollte und es keinerlei Papiere zu dem Auto gab, welche besagten was in der Vergangenheit so gemacht wurde. Wir beschlossen also die Finger von ...
... at the bar and waited for our flight. Best thing about flying domestic not
faffing at security and no passport control! Great! Got to Auckland and went to
where we were staying to meet Emma our lovely Geordie friend who had us chilled
beers and vodka all ready! Nick had only packed one jumper…I mean who needs to
take clothes?! So this lovely cream knitted jumper for the whole weekend. What
did he do? Lean straight on the blackboard in reception and had ...
... tramping, a possible summit of Mt Cook and the east coast of the south island are top of our priority list for a return. It's a shame it's so far away but our next visit would have to be for a minimum of three months. As you can probably imagine, it won't be any time soon.
My only criticism of New Zealand - and this is a very subjective one - is the sun. The sun in New Zealand, like Australia, is exceptionally strong. It’s much easier for ...
... We picked up the hire car and headed straight for Hamilton, which was an overnight stop for our first holiday destination of Rotorua.
Along the road from Hamilton, we stopped at the small town of Tiaru, known for their work with corrugated iron. Once one shop started with the decorations, others in town joined in to create a colourful and fun town environment. Naturally, the town picked up quite a bit of the tourist dollars, as people ...
... However when you head out of the plane the first local thing that greets you is a 8ft archway of what I can only hope is native carvings of well.. monsters. Seems these are Maori carvings but still kinda creepy after such a long flight. I managed to pick up my fluorescent orange crystilist bag, which had what very traveller hates and every backpackers nightmare. It comes in the form of a gold tag which simply says heavy! I had been brandished, my luggage was now out of ...