Motel Kerigold Secluded Chalets
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... We tried walking around to the actual beach but there was too big of a gap so we headed back. The walk back up the mountain was hell. I get tired walking to class let alone up an incline that I basically had to bear crawl up. Oh yeah, whole new level of respect for Lewis and Clark. When we got back up to the top we looked how little of a distance we had actually gone. It wasn't huge. Those dudes just straight up hiked to California. Why is this not talked about more? I ...
... spent an extra 2 hours probably than the more direct route. About 2/3rds en route we decided to stop for a coffee & muffin. The view was fantastic from the elevated decking area of the tea room we chose (see pic). Arrived at our hotel around 5 & shown to our 'room with a view'. You can see how stunning it is from the pic attached. After travelling into town for a bite to eat & picking up some provisions, we are now taking in the view over ...
... Monday 16th Went luging in the morning before we left rotorura. One of the best things I have ever done, was so much fun!! Basically luging is driving a go cart down a massive hill, the cart isn't powered by anything, just gravity! Genuinely the most fun Id had in New Zealand to date. We all got 5 goes and had to take the sky gondola up the mountain to get to the start. I was pretty good at it as well, if not the best in our group. Got 3 great videos on my ...
... things I really love about snorkelling is the silence. It’s always just you and the fish and all you can hear is the sound of the water swirling in your ears.
At one point, Mattijs yelled over to me, ‘SUZI! DO YOU WANT TO SEE AN OCTOPUS?!?’
Yikes! I was worried if I saw an octopus it might
a) scare me off snorkelling forever
b) put me off calamari forever.
Neither of these things I ...
... alternative offered was a bit of a rust bucket with an automatic gearbox so Plan A it was. They drive on the left so that's easy although the indicators are on the right of the steering wheel so I kept turning on the wipers instead which amused me but confused the hell out of drivers behind me. We headed north on State Highway 1 before seeing a sign for a historic village named Puhoi. We turned off to have a quick look and ...