Hotel On Devonport
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... is still transformed every night into something filled with more colors than you can count. It's like a little promise that it can and does get better and tomorrow is a new opportunity to find out how.
We went back to Nicole's place and watched Bear Grillz in New Zealand and drank tea with popcorn until it was time to head to bed. We had decided to wake up early for the sunrise.
My alarm went off bright and ...
... for the next one. Safe to say we were overly relieved to get the earlier bus!!! But anyway, the extra miles were all worth it. Hobbiton more than lived up to expectations. We were met in Rotorua by a Hobbiton bus (named Kili) which took us through Matamata to the farm where the LOTR & Hobbit trilogies were filmed. The weather was appalling, the cloud was so low you could hardly see, only about 3 cats eyes ahead and the rain was pouring. I swear the ...
... Cans of Canadian Club in their hands they said they'd flattened the battery in their car while listening to music. Going on gut instinct I let them in to the back and drove to where a bomby 4WD was parked. It was the girls apparently. She whipped out a set of jumper leaves, hooked us up and had her car going in minutes. She directed me to the Windows Walk, tunnels where mining carts were pushed through the steep walls of the gorge. It was all very pretty but I think by now I ...
... bright blue sky it seemed a perfect place to begin our exploring. People throw themselves off the tower for a bit of a thrill - thankfully strapped to very strong wires - but it’s fun to watch them from inside as they plunge to the ground where a huge trampoline breaks their fall. We considered this nuttiness but it’s not cheap so we decided to add it to the list for next time. The views go on for miles from on high and at over 300 metres and the tallest ...
... championship. We watched the horse and riders race each other through the course before retiring to the restaurant for a tasty meal. Upon our return to our lodging we played a couple of games of Ligretto (aka Dutch Blitz) that Mom and I had picked up on our afternoon shopping trip. While Mom and Doug tried their best they were no match for us seasoned players! But I am sure after a few more games there might be a new ...