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 …
Alarm went off at 5.30 ugh. We were collected in a corporate car, thought we were off to meet Prince Charles but no he took us to coach station. Drove down to Waitomo to the Glow worm caves went through the caves first to see stalactites and stalagmites, no a patch on cheddar caves. Then went lower down in the caves and got on the boat, not only got to see the glow worms got a wet bum as well. There were thousands ...
... would be inside and would do a welcoming, but that it would all be in Maori, so we wouldn't understand but that basically it would be a speech about how grateful they were to have us all there, thanking the father sky and the mother earth, and welcoming us into their family. This would follow with a short song by some of Ruth's other nieces and nephews and then we would do something that would official make us a part of their family: the hongi. The hongi is ...
... vents. In fact all around Rotorua it is not uncommon to see steam coming up from drains beside the road, and peoples gardens.
It was getting late and we needed some shopping, so we navigated to a nearby shopping area, once again causing Alanna some serious angst in parking!
On to our stop for the night at the Rotorua Thermal holiday park, which has its own hot pools. A nice long soak was just the way to end the day. Tomorrow Hobbiton!!!!!i