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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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**Geysers and mud pots
**Hiking (Tramping) Trails
**Bicycle events (races)
**Beautiful, natural landscapes
**Fish 'n Chips and "take-away" foods
**Pubs and Pub food
**Sheep, sheep, sheep
**We drove 3,800 kilometers (that is 2,360 miles)
**Open, friendly people
... Walked off dinner down queen st and scoped out the nightlife along the lit up shops and restaurants. The final day we went to the observation deck at Sky Tower and enjoyed the 360 view of the city. Following that we hopped to lunch and had Japanese Ramen.. Much needed before two full months ahead of limited Asian noodle ...
... the YHA, and got one of their only available jail cells. For $70 we got a room next to the showers with a small window near the ceiling staring out at the wall of the adjacent building. Previous plans were made and we only stayed one night. The next day we spent on the bus heading back to Dannevirke, to hang with Mark for our remaining days.
What a great decision it was. Mark was a superb host and as luck would have it he even had a long weekend while we were ...
... overtook knowledge and the ocean got rapidly closer. And then I was hanging. I reached up and pulled the cord to release my legs thereby swinging me upright and they winched me back up. Applause followed and, on jittery legs, I rejoined the walkers and headed up to the top of the bridge. I don't think I have ever experienced such a rush. I think I might need to do that again. The bridge climb was fantastic. As Hazel and I stood on the highest point looking out over ...
... animal, take care of it and have a day where awards can be won, much like a country fayre in the UK but for kids. This meant day to day household jobs had been neglected slightly so I did my best to sort the kitchen out at least. In the afternoon I braved driving on foreign roads down to Papakura for a bit of a mooch. I say braved, it's not that much different to the UK, my only issue were that the indicators were on the wrong side of the steering (cue ...