Copthorne Hotel & Resort Hokianga
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... a cooking lesson from the locals. We had an authentic New Zealand or Australian dessert (depends on who you ask) called Pavlova. Now for those of you who don’t know what that is I’ll do my best to explain it. To me it’s like a cross between Angel Food Cake and Peeps (those marshmallow sugary treats you find at Easter time). It’s a very lightweight cake that you spread cream on and put fruit in. Here’s how we made it. We bought the ...
Left James Sarah and Poppy at 9.30am and headed North on State Highway 16 to Wellsford, then picked up State Highway 1 to Maungaturoto the taking SH 12 to Waipo Forest. We stopped to visit the Lord of the Forest Tane Mahuta, a giant Kauri tree. The road through the forest was v steep, v twisty and v dark in places. We came out of the forest and round ...
... We also saw more fern trees (that we've seen since our arrival in the country). They're like those in Tasmania but taller. From far you'd think they're palm trees.
Nous avons trouve une autre garde de maison pour la periode de Noel :) C'est une auberge pres de Rotorua ou nous resterons pour quatre jours. Il est temps de redescendre car nous devons y etre dans deux jours. Nous nous arreterons par Tuakau une nuit pour dire bonjour a Natalie ...
... we had traded as collateral yesterday. The house we were told it would be left at didn't have it, but pointed us in the direction of another house where an old man was keeping it for us. After just about making it up his driveway in the camper Ni was reunited with her licence.
From then on it was time to drive, drive, drive. With brief stops for pics, tea and shopping. Towards the end of the day we reached a car ferry to cross Hokianga Harbour. It was satisfying to ...
... and camping throughout New Zealand and Australia. However, they had to climb into their wet, tiny tents after eating their macaroni and tomatoes from a pot, whereas D & I sat in dry, warm comfort, eating chicken, creamy mashed potatoes, green beans & carrots at the table that would soon become our cozy bed in the MH...the joys of old-age and retirement as opposed to youth!