Peppers Carrington Resort
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Today we saw some in Waitangi and in the car park of the falls. The car park ones we knew were hens but have no idea about the others, will check them out when I get home. The sat nav wanted to take us overland as the shortest route but I overrode him and we took the scenic route via Whangaroa bay and Doubtless bay. We definitely are getting blasé about the beauty and magnificence of the coastline and finding ourselves taking it for granted. How can ...
... pouring rain, it was a case of, "stuff the vego diet!" and I ate cooked chook and meat pie for dinner.
Day 5 - It showered all night so I got to pack a wet tent into my bag again. After thanking the nice lady for the free camp and food, it was a not so pleasant wet, windy and hilly ride into Kaitaia. When I arrived I booked into a backpackers, this time for two nights so I can take a rest day and hope that my weather companions don't wait around for me.
... Stephan's help the pieces were starting to look like the finished article. Kirsty was delicately cutting her twist, and sanding it to make it smooth. The bone was actually quite easy to work with and carve. My piece wasn't looking as finished as the others, partly because I had opted for more carving than shaping.
Everyone else had finished their pieces when the time came to decide if I was going to stain mine or not. Everyone else ...
... how beautiful everything was! Stopped off at a farm to enquire about horse trekking. Expected a cute little family run business, actually got greeted by the town vagrants. Within 5 minutes we were served a cuppa and lunch. Amazing. Couldn't ride the horses that day, so spent the evening partying with a bunch of hillbillies, who were missing teeth, and the local sex worker in a run down bus. Dinner consisted of an eel caught in the river and cooked on the BBQ. Served with ...
... see in Australia, until later in the session when everyone sits down to a meal together. The meal has been prepared by the parents and other community members who have come along to join in - food really does have a wonderful way of bringing people together. This community is quite small (maybe 100 people) and as well as this playgroup there is a school. Jasmine, and many of the local teachers, grew up in this community so there ...