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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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Tim and I went to the Turangi a Trout hatchery today. It was a fascinating trip. It has very detailed descriptions of the stages of development of the trout as well as pictorial and exhibition histories of the evolution of fly fishing. Apparently in this part of the world fly is the "true" fishing but they also detailed lures, jigging and even some references to the early use of bait. The children's pollo was ...
... Lukas and I chatted and played a couple of games which seemed to make the long journey pass quicker. I was sad to be leaving the South Island though, I really enjoyed it there and the scenery was just so much more beautiful. The dynamics of my trip have also changed as the big group of people that I spent a lot of time with all flew out of Christchurch and so the only person I know is Lukas. On the way back to Auckland I will be continuously changing buses so I ...
... campsite, especially for freedom campers like us, located only 30 minutes south of the city on the coast at Owhiro Bay – result! So after a short drive through the city to get our bearings we found ourselves nestled among fellow campervans just in time for sunset.
The following day was glorious sunshine and a clear blue sky, so we took the local bus from Island Bay into downtown Wellington to have a mooch ...
... Maori culture, and the importance of different actions and gestures. The taking of of the shoes before entering the bedroom to avoid bringing the realm of war, the outside, into a place of peace for example. We played some hilarious activities, aimed at children but helped to improve a warriors hand-eye coordination for the battlefield. Throwing a stick to the person to the right is surprisingly difficult but our whole group got the final challenge first ...
23 Dec. At 7am we are sailing down the Wellington coast, docked around 8am and the Wellington harbour like a Mill pond. Lots of blue sky with a few white clouds shrouding the surrounding hills. Our wharf berth is right across the road from the "Cake Tin".After breakfast we walked along the waterfront to Te Papa which was a nice stroll in beautiful weather taking us about an hour. We had coffee with Stanley our 93 year old ...