Hiwinui Country Estate
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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... to see them perfectly.
Before the rain came we had no ponds, lakes or rivers anywhere on that piece of land. It was all made by the rain!
Around 9 am the Wi-Fi and the mobile network broke down.
That was extremely enjoying because first of all I only stayed in for the beach
ride witch was cancelled, than I had nothing to do and couldn't use the
internet at all. Furthermore many ...
... and Gretel. I was very proud to be one of
the creepy trees in the play. Before we were on stage other houses had performed Alice in
Wonderland, Mathilda and Finding Nemo. Sadly we had to return to our house room
when finding Nemo was played. Especially because that team won the house drama
competition. However, in my opinion our house deserved to win the first place!
... for me en route back on up to Auckland, my final stop in New Zealand before continuing on to California.
So the lovely farmer, Donald, came to meet me off the coach in the centre of Dannevirke, and we drove the 20-30 minute journey out to his farm... kind of the middle of nowhere! But wow, how peaceful it was. His own parents have a house, where he actually grew up, just up the road, and he had since built his own big farm house with his German ...
... the same time was really excited to give it my best shot.
I got a ticket for the lift (30$) and rode up 600 m or so to the highest station.
The view was already very nice from here and it was a good thing that I had brought my jacket (which was in use the first time since I left Ireland - I think).
Since there was no marked way up to the summit I asked an employee of the lift where I should be hiking along, to which he only replied, the ...
... and pure white. After winding our way through the cave we came to the underground river where the boats were waiting. We could not all fit in one boat, so we had to wait 20 minutes in the dark with a few glow worms to keep us orientated. Our guide then returned with another guide to fit us all in and take us through the cave. It was magical and really quite serene. it was 5.30 when we re-appeared and made our way to Marokopa, where we were told was a campsite ...