Ibis Hamilton Tainui
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Hamilton Tainui
European efficiency (read small) without the charm. Once inside the building you could be anywhere in the world. No local touches. Expensive internet , with a small free allowance. Expensive breakfast.
Pro, very central, easy walk to town for more interesting and local experiences.
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... asto-turf sports dome and an infinity pool (jk ha ha got you!) There are many fun activity classes like robotics, ICT, Minecraft and sports. The sports class is where you use sport to help you learn. You have to try out to get in.
But in my school everything is doing well and I'm not bad based on national standards. We have been learning about mindfulness it is when you close your eyes and focus on breathing also clearing your mind of thoughts you also learn about ...
... with a stop at the Stray office to answer all of our niggling questions and a trip to the supermarket for beer and food. Everyone on the multi nationality bus has put in $10 and Nats is currently cooking up a storm for our first night bonding dinner. We are spending the night at Karioi Lodge within a forest close to the famed surfer beaches with the longest left hand turn in the world, ...
... some of the peeps from tour were still there before their flights home so was looking forward to seeing them again. It took about an hour and a half and she managed to drop me off right outside the hostel where we started the tour so I knew right where I was. There was a group of 5 of us, Alex, Elliot, Lydia, Franzi and I. We ventured to a little park and had a spot of lunch. Before we knew it, it was time for Elliot to go as he was being picked up ...
... springs. I’ll tell you something they were VERRY HOT!!!
We then drove off to the glow worm caves. On the way we stopped off at a stunning waterfall and a natural bridge. Both were very beautiful and breath-taking. That night we stayed at a campsite with a pool were we met a lovely lady, mum and dad exchanged numbers with her. The next day we visited the glow worm caves. Unfortunately we weren’t allowed to do the black ...
... lake which had swans and there signet swimming around on it. We all had our free drink at the pub. Lily felt a bit left out so we let her have a ginger beer which tasted nothing like any ginger beer I have ever had before it was beautiful, sweet and icy cold. Nan and Pop who haven't even seen the movies loved Hobbiton Nan kept saying everything was so little and cute and Pop said he was going to turn his bottom yard into a tourist attraction just like it, ...