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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... turned out was a small empty space but it was still cool to walk through the tiny round doors! Much to Enthusiastic Simon’s delight, Paulie was rapidly turning into a No.1 fan by putting his hand up volunteering to be the first to ring the bell and enter and as it turned out was asking way more questions than anyone else on our tour...that’s my boy :)
As we walked on, we came across another cute Hobbit Hole only this one ...
... 2) it’s not as strict, 3) we don’t have much homework, 4) we do hardly any subjects compared to Luffa (we don’t do history or geography or any of the subjects like that), 5) instead of French I do Maori, 6) we have one teacher for all our main subjects (Maths, English, Drama, Passion Learning except for science), 7) we get to choose two options to do for the rest of the year I chose art and graphics both of which I love and have great inspiring teachers. ...
So much anticipation, so many good byes, smiles and a few tears, but finally off we go! We started our journey with the prospect of £1000 of excess baggage at check-in, GULP, and only 22 kg over weight! Luckily Grandad was with us so we gave him my long-board, violin, and one bag full of shoes, books, photos etc. They even weighed our hand baggage which was a little over weight. We were told that our hand baggage was going to be reweighed at check-in ...
... walk with the dogs on Raglan beach.
Wander the village
Get fish n chips for lunch
Check out bridal veil falls
Chill out back at the house
Maybe do some hunting, possum or pigs...
... idea was off the radar.Colin took us to their home where we met Fiona, His wife. The information we had been given about her was that her hobbies included cooking and driving horse drawn carriages. She was delightful and I could tell by the aroma coming out of the kitchen she was definitely a good cook!They showed us the wing of the house we would be occupying with two bedrooms and one bath the four of us would be sharing. I must say the place ...