SilverOaks Hotel Geyserland
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... year. The cloak would be draped over her tombstone as it was unveiled. It was decorated with many different feathers, such as peacock, duck, goose etc. Traditionally the Kiwi bird or wood pigeon feathers would have be used, however as these are now a protected species, we were informed if such feathers were required, a special letter of request needed to be drafted for the feathers of a naturally deceased kiwi bird or wood pigeon.The guided tour also took us ...
... this was out first mistake, cos after Lewy being a grump and wetting his pants - everyone was a little short with each other.
We just went and saw our Kiwi and now our little aussie has gone to sleep. Im gonna go join him!
We still dont have a phone as yet - so sorry we havent called, hopefully our phones will get unlocked tomorrow. We are off to Napier tomorrow and if there id free WIFI i will post some of our pics. - Note to self......it helps to chag
... there reading a book and smoking a pipe. I got myself a pork pie and pint which were both to die for and helped me get more into the hobbity feel. It saddened me that after my snack the tour was over. It had been amazing but I just wanted to stay in Hobbiton forever and run free with all the Hobbits. When I arrived back to The Shires Rest Sarah was in the car. She had been enjoying an ice cream and writing her journal. She had to drive us to Rotorua from Hobbiton as New Zealand ...
... walking up to the Okere Falls where we watched people hurling themselves over in rubber boats and canoes screaming all the way. On to Hells Gate a massive bubbling area of lakes and volcanic action walked around for over an hour going WOW!!! every 30 seconds. It's absolutely incredible and the only Maori owned one in the area. Scott did what he usually does in ...
... was shining as Mattia and Arantza took us on another fun winery tour. I offered to be designated driver this time and got to drive Mattia's automatic. Another first in New Zealand! Apart from my left leg twitching every time I started the car, and constantly hitting the windscreen wipers instead of the indicators, it was plain sailing. I am glad I learned to drive a manual but boy are automatics way less work! Driving past the vineyards in the glorious sunshine was a wonderful way ...