Diana'S Place Lake View Accommodation
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... even the past three weeks I have been with them. They have stopped coming to me as much to tattle-tale on each other, but instead I hear them in the next room asking each other nicely to stop doing something and giving a reason why and then hear the other respond kindly and say, "Okay." It makes me feel like a proud mother when they say, "Please" and "Thank you." It has been a nice little side-trip and a great experience to be around only Kiwis 24/7. We get ...
... and she proceeded to tell me that her and her sister-in-law lived on dairy farms. It all sounded fantastic, after conversing more with Ruth we found out we would get our own separate house (mobile home), free food, a car to drive around, and a wage! Both Ruth and Leanne live in a small town between Rotorua and Taupo, called Reporoa. At the end of that day we got off of the Stray Bus and headed to the town of Reporoa with Ruth for a new, extremely off the beaten track, ...
... One of the coolest pieces was an in-progress World War I memorial that will eventually be cast in bronze and sent to NYC.
Our tour ended around 6pm, which is also when Te Puia closes for the day. However, Jill and I signed up for the Te Po, which is an extra nighttime experience, so our evening was far from over! Next up was a very special cultural/performing arts experience. Our small tour group joined up with a much larger one at the ...
... but some goods, in town. It was really fun! I had a cornish pastie in honor of Michigan, it was delicious :) (Random that there were cornish pasties in New Zealand right?)
So all in all it was a nice day, I'm getting the hang of driving now, no slip ups on the right side of the road today! Although I did go down a one way street in the wrong direction by accident...I was trying to get to the bathrooms!! I didn't know it was one way until I was on it! NO ONE WAS AROUND!! Although ...
After a lie in we headed out for a short walk in the Ruakuri Reserve which was a nice and refreshing start to the morning! It was really nice to be in the great outdoors and listen to the gushing water! It was then back on the bus for about an hours journey to the Hobbiton movie set! This was really epic, just look at the photos! It was so awesome to hear all of the stories about how the set was put together, in particular how much of a perfectionist Peter ...