Econo Lodge The Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... maintaining the bush walk; and other tasks as they come up. It hasn’t happened yet, but we may get the chance to do some indoor work like making cheese when the weather is wet. Sounds like fun!
Our internet access is limited here, so we likely won’t post again until we move on in about 2 weeks. Until then we’ll have our toes up by the fire in the evenings and our noses into good books.
Liam & ...
... and should be must sees of any visit.
Perhaps one of the most interesting things was being able to see the contempt with which the government treats its people. Whether that is the closing of a road with no warning so that a 'VIP' can avoid the traffic, the military closing the airspace around a civilian airport or just the censorship and obviousness biased reporting of the ...
... to head south.
28 January: We left Ohope this morning and only got a few Km down the road before our first stop at the Nukuhou Salt Marsh for a short walk. Then a quick stop at the Cheddar Valley pottery just down the road and we were on our way. We stopped in Opotiki for petrol and groceries. The price of petrol is about 2.17/litre (about US$8.25/gallon). The fill-up on our little sedan was $118. We took the Pacific Coast highway ...
... they may run me dry of an imagination by the time I leave here. Hector, Orion and Sterling, who are 5, 3 and 1 and a half respectively, are a hoot to hang around and adorable too! Hector got a Ukulele for his birthday, so he and I are going to start a Ukulele band. Sterling on shakers and we haven't decided Orion's place yet. you can expect a music video out this spring (your fall). ...
... with Heemi, Dave and the cat.
After a fun-filled adventure in Fielding, we decided to venture on towards the coast and headed to a place called Foxton Beach to, yes, you guessed it: go fishing! We read that this was an ideal place for it as it's where the river meets the sea and we cleverly timed it for when the tide was coming in. So again, we went prepared: plastic bags to take home our prize, knife to cut ...