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Yesterday it was the first day that we were allowed to go riding.
At the beginning of the riding lesson Sam (a girl from my year) took me to the paddocks and I got Mindy and she got Elmo. Mindy was really hard to catch. We needed a long time for preparing her.
After about ...
... trying to find a campsite only worsened these feelings. The first place we came to was basically a car park on the main road of the city where you can drink and there is nothing but a public toilet to use. The second (where we did end up staying) was also a carpark, but this time in a hotel and it had ok facilities. I did make a bit of an error here though in not checking if the kitchen had an oven. We only had one option for ...
We left the beautiful Tree house having looked at the other great properties in our hosts portfolio. All different and done with character & a sense of humour. We broke our 3.5 hour drive to our next port if call with a stop at the National Trout Fishing Museum in Turangi. Lake Taupo is on of the places for trout fishing do we ...
... happened. Although I couldn't convince Russell to move to the beat, it still was fun watching couples jitterbugging! ( they had to of practiced!!)
Next day off to visit a couple of wineries was in order. The first was called "Church Wineries". A large company and wine tested was done in the showroom!. But of course I was the DD as Russell enjoys more than one or two tastings! Off to find another winery and came across a nice ...
... to get out of the 'I'm stalking you' box I had virtually lit up ahead of me, I realised I was on the Te Araroa route, not for the first time. Known as 'The Long Pathway', it stretches all the way from Cape Reinga on the Northern tip of the North Island to Bluff in the South.
At least I've walked parts of it. I stumbled upon the university and found it deserted. Exploring the centre, with its institutional buildings and tiny lake, I didn't see another living soul, and ...