Ruapehu Country Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... body size of any animal (basically the equivalent of a human birthing a four year old kid). At least once the females lay the egg, they don't actually have to care for it--the males sit on the egg for a few months, then the bird cares for itself once it's born. They're really hard to see in the wild, but easier to hear at night. The conservation projects at the station ...
... but the clearing of native bush and introduction of mammals has wreaked havoc with many of the flightless birds, though some native birds have thrived in the new environment. Then there were the Acclimatisation Societies (thanks Sarah) – they were the bods that introduced all the mammals but they liked birds as well. Sparrows, Blackbirds, Thrushes, Greenfinch. Chaffinch, Goldfinch, Skylark – the list goes on! The best-known casualty of ...
... the article right here –
I have to say, from seeing the number of punters dressed just like that on our hike, I was not remotely surprised to read this story.
Unfortunately for me, as much as I hoped to attempt such a feat, I simply could not go without a toilet break on our journey. By the time we reached Ketetahi Hut, I was positively bursting for a pee. So it appeared ...
... distance of my hostel
- It was a walk through the rainforest to a waterfall
- I started out walking down the road to get there, and it took a really long time before I got to what felt like the actual trail, since I walked along a bike path for about 30 min to get there ( felt like an hour )
- When I got there, I read the sign and it indicated that the trail to the falls consisted of a 20 min walk to an overlook where you could see some mountain ( I ...
... the wine growing town of Martinborough. It was well worth a visit...in the future when it stops raining and we don't need to drive anywhere. it is built around a central square. unusual for NZ as most towns are linear.
It was time to set off for Upper Hutt. But we hadn't accounted for The Rimutakas. one of those you have to go over them ranges!
We were very glad to arrive in Upper Hutt I can tell ...