Mclean Park Garden Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we raved over yesterday's food at Rotorua. It had so much flavour.
Garry had Walnut & pear spring rolls & raspberry coulis. The rolls were ok but the coulis was like watered down raspberry jam. I had some fruit. We went for a walk after dinner & ran into Joe and Joy then wandered back to our room to hang out the washing. It was freezing on our balcony as I was hanging out the clothes. Raining and strong winds. The weather ...
... I might be able to park for the night without being hassled. Despite the failing weather, the drive east is very pretty. There are little settlements along the coast, which probably survive on farming and fishing. Most of the houses are what you might kindly call ‘rustic’, though up on the hills I spy a modern box of the sort you see in magazines – someone’s enviable holiday home perhaps? On a better day this place sure would be perfect. They bury ...
... house sitter who doesn't mind their antics. We are extremely lucky on that front and this lovely lady has stayed at our house twice before and taken care of the cats and also our dog. What a huge relief that is knowing that things will carry on as normal for them while we are away So we are so greatful. Only 5 weeks to go and the suitcase is on the spare bed, I hear that Sheryl has bought herself a knew suitcase for the trip and I purchased several stacking shells from ...
... are backpacking around the world, a woman from Rickmansworth, and ourselves. The tour is family run by a guy called Hamish whose mother comes from Inverness and whose father is Welsh.
Our first stop was at a winery that was based around a wooden seminary building that had been moved from it's original location many miles away by cutting it up into sections and pulling it on rollers drawn by steam engines. I think this is probably what the Dallas ranch was like in the old ...
... now 11:30, we're about ready to walk down to the Vista Dining Room on Deck 2 for a nice lunch before departing.
At 11:35, Jim decided to forgo lunch and go into town to upload blog app entries to website. He caught a shuttle, road into town and spent 40 minutes looking for and trying free wifi hotspots at various cafes and tourist spots. All were weak or too slow to load, so, frustrated, he went back to the ...