The Quality Hotel Ambassador
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... The waves are good for surfing
· It’s pumping = The waves are good for surfing and I’m excited about it
· Closing out = when the wave peak curves over and breaks forward and makes the white water. You want to get the wave right before it breaks and ride the unbroken wave to whatever side you still have an unbroken wave. When you have enough wind going inland that can produce "close outs" which sucks for ...
... was very cool. Loads of busy bars, often with live bands. The Milmans aren't big fans of pub bands, but the ones we heard were actually really good. Richie got us some shots that set on fire and then the gas was inhaled through a straw which was exciting. We played killer pool (Ritchie won) and had a really good time back together. On walking out of the last bar before 'dance time' David and Rich had their arms around each other. We walked to the ...
... we had lunch in the hotel restaurant at 2:30pm with the guys (amazing veggie burgers). After lunch I headed to the Polynesian pools and spent 35 mins in the hot pools and then had a 45min massage with a mud wrap. It was an amazing massage followed by tea and infused water. I headed back to the hotel and got ready for the night. Some of the girls had decorated a cake for Hayley's (tour manager) birthday and set up some ...
... I told her Phil had offered it up the day before so she consented. Instead of messing with the points, I went down to the beach break in order to avoid the crowds. Good call…the only people out was people surfing the very far inside that were taking lessons. I finally caught some pretty good lefts, but eventually and unknowingly got caught in a huge rip. Once you got sucked into that trough, the waves turned to **** and I paddled like hell for ten ...
... of the hostel. Having said that, the Microtel was exactly that: tiny rooms which even Bilbo Baggins would have found cosy. Martin and Shona had said how deadly Hamilton was and they were right: where were the people? Even the bars were relatively empty. We ate in an Indian restaurant and were the only ones. I slept badly thanks to the stuffiness of the room and the noise above and outside. Still, the room was only $49 a night, so who's ...