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A tiny room, rather noisy but for £24 what do you expect?
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We said our goodbyes to Martin and Shona, who had been excellent hosts, and headed down the SH1 towards Hamilton. We stopped off for an early lunch at The Olde Creamery (est. 1892), which did a tasty ploughman's but had questionable musak. It also sold 'specialty' bread. What is this thing, specialty? It's bloody dough for God's sake. An hour or …
... 8216;Ururukapuka’ island, quit rare…we enjoyed the view. Eventually the highlight of the trip: The amazing hole in the rock. Yes it was cool, but even the trip towards it was amazing enough for us! So that was our last activity. We arrived in Hamilton again after visiting the 26 m high waterfalls of Whangarei.
But we weren’t ready to stay in Hamilton again, so after 2 nights we departed again towards the capital of NZ: Wellington! From the top ...
... the set was, Matamata, put in the contract that the set had to be made of permanent materials and kept up as a tourist attraction. So everything in the pictures was a replica of the sets torn down after LOTR but rebuilt to be used in the Hobbit movies.
We took a bus from the "iSite" (Information hub found in all NZ cities) and headed into the rolling emerald hills speckled with sheep. I've never seen colors ...
... off whenever we wanted it seemed like a good way to go. After a few days in the capital of Wellington celebrating the new year in a typical Irish pub (of course a band) and some yummy cider, we were ready to leave the city and set off. Especially as I mentioned in a previous blog about Windy Wellington it took a turn for the extreme the day we left with the airport being closed down, power cuts and telegraph pole damage I think we were heading in the right ...
... carvings and learnt some more about New Zealand history in the North Island. The museum also had some art displays on which were very impressive. After working up an apetite spending so much time looking around we had a bite of lunch before we rushed off to the airport so I would make my plane.
It was sad saying goodbye to Oma and other family as I knew I wouldn't be seeing them in quite while but having that short time to get to know ...