BEST WESTERN Hygate Motor Lodge
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... dawn at Manu Bay. No-one went off the dreaded 'jump-rock' thankfully so one less palpitation for me but Dean managed to lose a fin on the way out when he jumped a little too soon when not enough water had rolled in. We heard the thump from our little grassy viewing platform and saw him roll his board over once he was out and knew all was not well. He seemed to manage OK with two fins instead of three and the surfing leg of our ...
... oil consumption in India was near impossible, due to the heavy amount of fried food and large amounts used in curries, and it was also hard to avoid large amounts of carbs. I already felt lighter after only four days in NZ. We stopped at a little Dutch organic store, where I picked up some NZ organic apple cider vinegar, tinned mackerel in natural oil and a lemon with a smooth edible skin, apparently very ...
... on. Very nice, posh train with loads of room, a cafe carriage and an outside carriage at the back so you could watch the world go by with the breeze too. The train took about 8 hours which sounds long but considering I slept for about half of it, it wasn't too bad. Got some lunch on there too. We arrived in hamilton around 4:30 and bev was ready and waiting. Bev being one of the girls we met on the cruise. We then drove ...
... All our stuff
arrived last week. We have so much we don't need but it does make the place feel
more like home :) . The house is a bit of a mess though. Don't tell mum ;). Anyway New Zealand has a really different culture, here is a bit on Maori...
Today many Maori people live throughout New Zealand, and
many are involved in keeping their culture and language alive. Maori people
define themselves by that iwi ...
... from a few beers to a full blown red blooded fiesta of testosterone and hormones. It all started with a dance off between some very attractive local girl and a traveller from somewhere. It was a raunchy display of erotica that was hands down won by the female. This lead to some other bloke taking his shirt off and jumping in the table. Which was then followed by an...erm....larger Maori gentleman getting down and funky with the female who won the first dance ...