Quality Hotel Parnell
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... when a support beam along open face 14 started to give way so she was there holding it up while they brought in the pneumatics and he should go home and start dinner because she may be some time. I reckon he'd have bought it.
Our next stop was Rotorua. I won't bore anyone by describing the place, if you haven't been there you have seen pictures. Once again, nature at its finest. Although why do they have to name all the different formations features. ...
Sent the bags on their way, a lot lighter than the last flight, then went and sat down. Realised then that I hadn’t printed off the tickets for the bus into Auckland form the airport. Went on a mission to find a computer to use, but they were horrendously priced, so I just emailed the bus company to ask if it was ok to just have it on my phone.
Decided to go down into the departures lounge, had to fill out a form before we could go ...
... not playing a card game with more than two people for 9 months?!?! Man, Go Fish is much more challenging with 5 people, I tell you what!
After an absurdly long farewell at the Parnell bus stop, Elizabeth, Laura and Kalah headed to the airport and on to Sydney, while Josh and I crashed at my cousin Maroussia's house for the night before our flight back to "reality" and work in Akaroa. I cannot put into words how weird it is to be in a place so ...
... very pretty. Up through Awakino, Te Kuiti, an interesting Sunday market in PioPio(met a lady from out the back of Te Awamutu, reminisced about the old days, bought some nice jams and pickles), through Otorohanga (a pleasant evening staying with Ken and Liz Phillips) to Hamilton for a couple of nights with Cecily and Erl. back to Napier via Cambridge. Stayed at the Pearsons house, Christmas Day with dad at ...
... major landmass to be populated by humans, with the arrival of the Maori around 800 years ago, followed by Europeans in the late 18th/early 19th Centuries. This is what gives New Zealand it rawness, a pure natural beauty not yet screwed up by man. The Maori call it 'Aotearoa', the land of the long white cloud. The two islands are geologically quite different, the South being mountainous full with lakes, rivers, mountains and glaciers while the North ...