Four Canoes Hostel And Bar
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25.-/nacht inkl. gratisbenützung der pools..
hatte ein 8 bettzimmer mit badezimmer für mich alleine..
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Mat deem Stray Bus ze fueren huet schon Firdeeler. Een Nodeel ass, dass een net vill Zäit fennt fir mäin Blog up to date ze haalen :) well een emmer erem Saachen ze maachen huet. Deen eichten Stop no Auckland war Raglan. Den Hostel an deem mir geschloof hun, war schon aussergeweinlech. Ronderem war lauter Besch mat villen Insekten, an vun …
Nou, die heerlijke nacht in die hotelkamer waar ik mezelf op getrakteerd had bleek toch wat tegen te vallen. Het leek meer een motel en de muren bleken flinterdun... Heb meer last gehad van de dame en heer naast me (ja, inclusief happy ending...) dan dat ik tot nu toe in hostels heb gehad. So, goodbye Sydney! De vlucht van Sydney naar Auckland ging …
... my first time caving, so it was time to test my abilities. We walked across the local farmland to a narrow crack in the earth that had a ladder sticking out of it. Dubiously we stared into the darkness, formed a line and stared descending. Squeezing my big bum through the gap was a little bit of an issue but from then on I felt like a natural underground! During our two hours in the cave we waded, swam, scrambled over rocks, squeezed through cracks and floated down the ...
... lonely when I finally venture back home around everyone I know who is building
their own lives. I believe that by learning how to feel completely at ease
while on my own, I will then know that I do not always need someone around to
rid the loneliness, and I believe that it is very important to understand
yourself and make yourself happy in order for you to grow into the person you
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