Moose Lodge And Golf Resort
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- There were many different sized hobbit holes so as to use forced perspective to make Gandalf tall and hobbits small
- when Gandalf and Frodo are riding around in the fellowship of the ring, Frodo is apparently sitting a couple feet behind Gandalf, which I can’t see, even when I look for it
- we then went down to the party tree where Bilbo celebrated his eleventy-first birthday and then disappeared.
- from here we got ...
... happy with the colour of the leaves, so wanted every leaf painted to the correct colour! The amount of detail put into the set was incredible. We then had a love slice of pork pie and a glass of Hobbiton cider in the Green Dragon. Its a truly magical place to visit. To top off our visit, the following day, the new Hobbit film was being released in cinemas, so being the nerds we are, we went with a few people from our hostel to watch the midnight viewing. ;). It was pretty cool to ...
... bathroom window, so when we came back this afternoon we tried it out. It's amazing to think that this very hot water is free for the taking. It was very relaxing sitting in this concrete space together, but after a while we felt the need to do more, so we drove round a bit. Here are some photos for you.
... us some tickets, and we travelled with Laurel (a widow dairy farmer) and Elaine (a widow of 20 years, and dairy farmer) They wore polo shirts with the words ' Wonderfully Wicked Widows .com, on the back. We set off along the forgotten highway, which took us through Taumarunni to Stratford. We stopped in Whangamomona which declared itself a republic in 1989. We duly got our passports stamped! The concert was in a fantastic setting and really enjoyable going ...
... room. The place is basically a converted large house with shared bathrooms and it looks like we've drawn the short straw in the room stakes. In the garden of the property there's a communal area with a barbecue and an area for backpackers to meet and drink cheap booze. Also in that garden is what can only be described as a shed with two beds in it. That's our room. Home sweet home.
Time was ticking on and it was dark already so we slung in the bags of ...