Oasis Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... picture in your head of a group of youngsters? Wrong, They were all around 55/60 years old!
They had more stamina than us.
Jody got chatting to one of them and we talked about where were heading. The woman said there was a memorial statue to her great great great (not sure how many greats here) Grandmother. Apparently she was the first white baby born in New Zealand! What a great story to have.
We waved them goodbye and headed ...
... for dinner and she told us about an Italian restaurant called Olives and a Mexican place called Taco Taco. Scott and I decided that we would trial both: entree at olives and mains at Taco Taco. We opted for the anti pasto platter which was filled with meats, cheese, olives, salad, bread and dips at Olives, then on finishing our wines, headed to Taco Taco for mains. I was boring and ordered a chicken salad as I was already pretty ...
... and some Pool - I still can't play this, my coordination fails me, it also lets me down on the dancing front too. Day two, a lie in!!! I was still up by 8am, but it is later than usual. Massive breakfast for me (this travelling malarkey makes you hungry) and a Skype with the lovely parents. It was my Mum's birthday, first one I haven't been with her for, so was very happy I could chat to them both. Mum even got a bit of Happy Birthday sung to her by some ...
... was the longest or shortest minute of my life but suddenly at one moment Rob carried on falling but Sam and I rapidly decelerated. Sam pulled the cord and the chute was above us. I went for a horizontal to upright position. The first thing I noticed was the lack of comfort. One of my nuts was being squished by the harness. Not enjoyable. I tried to use one hand to pull the harness a bit to make my flight more pleasurable. It was only after this was sorted that I could take ...
... a more bearable temperature, just as we were plunged down a slide to bring in a fresh wave of cold. The climb back out to the fresh air, and the sun, was two 15ft waterfalls.... I was a bit concerned that my shoulders wouldn't cope with pulling myself up and I had to develop a little bit of a unique personal style to get my arms up to the grips that I needed to hold, but I did do it, and the reward was the regaining of the feeling in my fingers and toes as ...