Kudos Business Apartments
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... even had chance to sit down, and before
my coffee arrived he had offered me to stay in his place, shown me pictures of
his wife and children and talked passionately about yoga and travel! I may not
have taken him up on his generous hospitality but still I shall smile about it
for a long time yet!
This outer suburb of Tauranga, the largest growing city in NZ is smaller than I had
expected and with a lot more charm too. I had a wonderful ...
And here we are at the end of our stay once more. Every year it gets more enjoyable, we meet more lovely people, we find more lovely places, we do more lovely things. I have spoken to people at home about motorhoming in New Zealand and some have said they have “heard”
that you can't freedom camp any more, you have to stay in sites. It isn't true – they are tightening up in some ways but the councils have to give a very good reason ...
... the smell of bo and food! Our room mate Brian a student aged 35 living in the hostel greeted us whilst sat eating sweets and playing on his computer! We then struck up conversation and asked him about the 4th member of the dorm. He asked if we wanted his honest opinion and we stupidly said yes! Brian informed us that he thought this room mate was homeless and verging on a pheadophile!! Telling us stories about a girl waking up and finding him hovering over her bed looking at ...
... with hot chocolate, we walked a little further into the city and found a McDonalds and uploaded more data until we exceeded their 50 mb limit. We decided to cease further blog uploading, hopeful that what we have been able to add to the blog would satisfy our avid readers untill we can get to Sydney, where we have free, unlimited, fast wifi on our room.
We returned to ...
... were the only people on the Island. The next day we got up early and walked to the summit before the first ferry arrived. It was really hot and sunny and quite hard work but we made it to the too and the views were amazing! We went inside some lava caves too which were cool. On the way back down to the Bach, the first load of people had started to walk up. We were so glad we had avoided the crowds. We had a really good time on Rangitoto :) x x ...