SilverOaks Hotel Geyserland
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... for battle and to hopefully scare the enemy to not battle in the first place. "Should I Die or Should I Live" are the words shouted to signify ones ability to face fear and be peaceful. After our entertaining performance including a guy I can only describe as terrifyingly awesome, we turned around to notice the village was on fire. Well, it wasn't but when you look back and see the amount of steam you wonder if anyone would notice a fire as a ...
... pay tribute to their ancestors and stories.
We arrived back just as the Thunder Down Under began (a big motorboat race). They appeared to be doing many laps of the circuit. It was pretty noisy.
... to check or confirm this. I was SURE I had paid for my ferry on advance, but as I couldn't find a reference number, I had to buy a ticket at the ferry terminal. Thankfully it was only a small sum, but I shall check with the organisers when I get back to see if Iv paid twice! It may get me a refund to but a nice bottle of wine maybe. So, the ferry was calm and water based, nothing more to report on that I'm afraid. I finally arrived at Picton, collected my new ...
... us some tickets, and we travelled with Laurel (a widow dairy farmer) and Elaine (a widow of 20 years, and dairy farmer) They wore polo shirts with the words ' Wonderfully Wicked Widows .com, on the back. We set off along the forgotten highway, which took us through Taumarunni to Stratford. We stopped in Whangamomona which declared itself a republic in 1989. We duly got our passports stamped! The concert was in a fantastic setting and really enjoyable going ...
... do around Raglan, with many hills in the area offering views over the sea. Lee and me decided to hire some bikes and cycle to the surfers spot so we could see the longest left handed wave, it wasn't in full flow when we were there thanks to the tide. Emily came with us (Facebook: Emilysnztour) and after an exhausting cycle up a massive hill with no real view...we headed back to the lodge for dinner, which was to be fish and chips up at inspiration point. Which is a ...