Scholar Hotel Apartment
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... May contain peanuts" the following activity for the day was sandboarding. With Abbie having done this before she was pretty sure she had nothing to worry about. However upon arriving at the dune and Abbie identifying the dune she had ridden down previously, the guide enlightened us that the dune we would be sandboarding down was at least twice the height of Abbie's previous efforts. So with the hundred foot dune beckoning we threw ourselves onto the sandboards and flew down ...
... and chicken wraps awaited us. This was delicious and one thing we can say about New Zealand is that we did not have a bad meal anywhere.
We were then escorted to our own private pool which overlooked Lake Rotorua and was magnificent. It was also extremely hot however and when our half an hour was up we were quite relieved to be getting out.
Relaxed we headed back to the hotel for a bit of a rest which soon turned into a full out sleep. When ...
... sit outside on the veranda. We ate at a leisurely pace trying to soak up every last second.
It was bittersweet packing our bags for the last time. We were sad to leave such a beautiful place but excited to head to our new home in Houston. We gave hugs to Tanya, our caretaker, and headed out on the road once again. The drive was uneventful but just as gorgeous as we’d remembered. We had to make a pit stop at Puhoi Pub so Ashlyn could pick up her ...
This day was pure travelling. When we booked our flight to Auckland we had planned to be finishing in Melbourne however, this changed to Sydney so rather than change the flights to depart from Sydney, we caught a cheap flight to Melbourne and then caught a flight from Melbourne to Auckland. The Melbourne international terminal was very quiet but that was nice. The flight into Melbourne was quite bumpy but nothing too ...
... messy though. Our goal though was to hit...New
Plymouth! Of course, we had to visit here and the street names were
great with Devon street, Cornwall street and Gill street! Home from
home! It felt a little like Plymouth too with a dockyard, coastline
(although many surf from this coast) a trying to be fancy mall and an
old, still running, just about, town. It failed getting full marks
though with no pasty or fudge shop (that we found). We failed too, ...