Rutland Arms Inn
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... and squeak, a pig called Boris and a deer called Bella. Cecilia is in a wheelchair but that does not stop her, she gets around the farm with her quad bike, another fun ride! They kindly putting up with us for 2 nights, we met Hugh's mother, a wonderful woman of 95, his sister won an Olympic silver in eventing, and had a great tour of the farm!. We were invited to supper with friends of theirs, he is a judge and she is a nurse, which was great fun. The next day we moved on to ...
... at a Golf Course where Erin and I were treated to a meal out – ham and salad for $10 in the bar... and the second night at Rays Rest on the Firth of Thames – a wide estuary where the tide goes out for miles and is a haven for sea birds, usually. Unusually we saw very few this time although we had another hot and gloriously sunny day. It is easy to find as there is always a row of camper van and motor homes along the beach – and it ...
... dogs while we are away and we plan to have a farewell dinner before we leave where we can introduce him to some important Wanganui people....
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... Wanganui Collegiate, where his Dad taught English to hundreds of pupils including Prince Edward who came to there house for tea...unfortunately Dan was only a little boy at the time, so Edward didn't get a chance to play on the exciting toys our boys have played on today. We all enjoyed our time with Dan and agree with Hope that Plumber Dan is most definitely 'The Man'! Back to the morning, and Hope and Selwyn kindly took us to their usual lunch ...
... roads up to that mountain are marked Dangerous, Do Not Pass.
We reached the turn-off for Ruapehu and began the serious climb. Up past the Chateau Tongariro – a very elegant hotel in a beautiful setting, up and up ears popping until we reached the ski-field. It is summer so apart from the summit there is very little snow. We drove around until we found a car park with a clear view and there in front, in ...