Ibis Hamilton Tainui
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... at Parentline. A non-profit organisation for the well-being of children who have been witnessed domestic violence and sexual abuse. First thought what came up to my mind, even better…I really want to make a difference and help this organisation out. Eventually I am still working there, managing different kind of tasks, especially managing the website and being a help for the Chief Executive. I really love it in there. It is so rewarding to work for a company ...
... light savings gave us all an extra hours' sleep.
I keep going through my clothes, I'm going to have to half almost everything I have, which should be easy. I know I'm going to get sick of my clothes so will see how it comes along.
Missing my whanau and friends. Glad I will be back on the 15th for some love before I head off on the 20th to Santiago, Chile.
... in the north island. It was stunning and I'm sure would be fantastic to climb on a nice day, but the 10 hour round trip was a bit too long for the time we had left in NZ. So instead we took like touring car drivers around the winding roads of the national park, until we hit numerous "grandad" drivers. I think some let us pass being scared we would propel into the back of them haha. That's when we even saw other cars I've never seen main highways so quiet. We finally ...
... set had to drink (although Shane did buy a bottle of it... Just because) according to Shane the stout was good and my cider was lovely.
And that was it... Our visit to Hobbiton was over. Back in the bus... Back to the real world... Sigh.
We caught our transfer back to Matamata, had a cuppa and headed back to Rotorua. I was desperate to soak in some hot water but it was after 5 by the time we got back to town. ...
... greeted on the bus and explained to us the ceremony that would be taking place and what we needed to do. Arriving before sunset was important because in their culture they cannot welcome people onto their marae after dark. Getting off the bus, we lined up with women in the front and men in the back and then walked across the courtyard stopping halfway to pay respect to those who have died on the grounds. Then reaching the meeting house (Wharenui) we had to ...
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.