BEST WESTERN Hygate Motor Lodge
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... better every time I go to the skate park. I really enjoy the bowl because you have to carve and pump round it I also like the 8ft drop its fun! Although I can get a bit angry; the other day I nearly broke my skateboard because I couldn't do a trick��.
Two weeks ago we went to a school called Peach grove intermediate. We went because I might be moving there for year seven and eight which is next year! In this school there is a variety of facilities ...
... and after a nice coffee stop, explored the town, having our picnic lunch at the waters edge. There are excellent surfing beaches close by so we stopped to watch the surfers catching a wave! Back along the edge of the Pirongia Forest to our motel in Hamilton for some rest and recovery before out trips to the mountain ...
Being my first morning where I haven't had to set an alarm to get up and go somewhere I actually woke up at 10:30 so I obviously needed the sleep. I think also because we had had a few busy days with up early for the dolphin swim and then a late night as our last night together so it was nice to have a proper bed and be able to wake up when I want. Bev had to go to auckland for a choir thing and then a dinner so she had offered for me to go as I ...
Our first trip in the C-van (caravan) was supposed to be a nice and easy drive up to Kawhia. Surprise surprise it was a very beautiful drive but not the best for a first trip. We drove up through the mountains on a dust dirt track. We arrived at sunset on a little campsite on the edge of a lake. As it was so warm Ollie and I decided to sleep under the stars despite mum and dads objections. The next morning we drove off to the ...
... and had some cool statues. I later discovered there were actually 5 collections of gardens. The Rogers Rose Garden (which I had walked through earlier) was part of the Cultivator Collection, the Tropical Garden was part of the Fantasy Collection, the Te Parapara was part of the Productive Collection and there was a section called the Landscape Collection that I walked through briefly. As I left the Maori section I stumbled on my favourite group of gardens, the ...