BEST WESTERN Hygate Motor Lodge
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... really into local organic food production on a scale that i haven’t experienced in the UK. We also have to pay to have our rubbish taken away. Our recycling is free but the bags for the general waste are bought at the supermarket. It really makes you think about the packing of products you buy. You also have to pay to take stuff up to the local dump. the place has a roaring trade in second hand ...
... 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 ...
... for the bar that night. Which was in the form of a quiz. Team Stray entered the quiz 11 people strong and managed to finish a respectable 3rd. Being beaten by the local quiz team and a group of suspect iPhone users...our team consisted of 3 Scots, a Canadian, 2 Irish, 2 Danish. 2 English girls and Lee's new girlfriend, Emily. For those who don't know, Emily is Lee's belated birthday present who is now touring New Zealand with us. She has electrifying pink hair, ...
... hear one bouncer say to David, "sorry, you've had too much, you can't stand up". Of course we protested, David had had three pints of water and this was the soberest he'd been all night. One bouncer allowed him to do the 'walk in a straight line test' which he passed with ease. This guy said OK, it was Jobsworth who wouldn't let us in. We went to a bar across the street and waited for Jobsworth to leave, as soon as he did we walked in no problem. I ...
... important Dutch pie! Furthermore I enjoyed my time in the Waikato, Waitomo, Coromandel and Auckland. Last weekend of July Sanne and I went a weekend to Auckland, city of sails, the biggest and densely populated city of New Zealand, 1,5 million citizens live in this city, the rest of the 3,5 million lives in the rest of New Zealand, particularly the Northern Island. We made a daytrip to Waihiki Island, once a hippy island, nowadays more the fancy and more likely an other ...