Comfort Inn Silver Point
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... wonderful examples of 1920's architecture, and to top it off
I arrived in time for their annual festival celebrating the era. The apparel,
automobiles and arts of 1920's were in full shine, with much folk dressed up
and vintage cars parading around town... It seems like i was yet another 50
years out with my time keeping leaving Featherston! What a superb mini fete-
apparently it attracts fanatics and the occasional wayward hitcher from all
... and Saddlebacks and Red Crowned Parakeets, Fantails, Whiteheads, the huge native pigeon and Jeremy saw a tiny Rifleman which was pointed out by Gloria but had flown by the time the rest of us got there. We sadly didn't see a Kokako which is a rather lovely grey bird with blue wattles, a member of the crow family, but we did hear its beautiful call – quite haunting. We saw several Takahe which look like Pukekos on steroids – quite prehistoric but didn't ...
The morning came and we were excited to be heading off to new zeland. We had a quick breakfast and a repack of our bags before heading to check out with our room mate James. With both of us sceptical of checking out and our dodgy relationship with the receptionist we approached them with caution! We immediatley told that we had not paid the right amount and so the arguing began. With both of us totally shocked at what they were saying due to it being there own fault and the fact they ...
Whoever said that it's the journey, not the destination that is important, forgot the footnote: "..except when the journey involves long layovers with plane changes, bad food, and having to play sardines for hours on end. " But after being in transit for over 30 hrs, getting to Auckland was great. What a lively place and friendly people!! ...
... can except pay here and sign there. Went to Price down ( woolies) and brought some munchies and breaky. We chucked in 500nz per person for diesel food and campervan cost. Off the road we head towards Roturu dean driving terry co pilot, we decided to spend the night in Hamilton after two failed attempts with caravan parks one being a Christian based park, we drive to cambridge where ...