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... some cones. A guy in the shop kindly fetched me a load of empty cardboard boxes and I permanently borrowed a whole heap of free magazines from the shop! After shopping it took about another hour to get to the Lake Mahinapua hotel which was a random house in the middle of no one with loads of little 4 bed dorm lodges. It was a nice, quirky place with various different animal heads hanging on the wall. The moment we arrived there at 4pm I headed straight to the ...
... Towers - you feel 'processed' & they take no prisoners! €22 each to get in & €2 per every 2 hours for a locker. Whilst doing my ironing upon return a young 'lad' possibly of German origin asked for help with his washing - I pointed out that his 'washing' was in the drier & that he needed to move it to the machine below! He was a nice lad - hard ...
... Steve ! So 2 cups of tea later we got the phones out and..... No chance no signal no WiFi !! Disaster !! In the end we just gave up and wandered over to the supermarket for essentials before phoning Steph for a lift back. That wasn't as easy as we thought, Joe, her hubby had been left in charge and didn't want to leave the motel and Steph wasn't back yet so loaded with shopping we headed for the nearest pub shopping bags and all. Some time and 2 beers later we got a taxi back to the motel. ...
... such situations we would find higher up! So back we turned. Lunch was eaten on the way down, and we made a quick detour to see the D’Urville River, where a bridge was recently removed, necessitating any people wanting to get to the D’Urville hut to do a 1m deep ford. Not for us thank you! Instead, we walked back to Sabine hut, doing some basic clearing of the trail as we went.
Although it had been raining quite hard during the night, we ...
... es in the world after diamond). It was used for weapons, tools and personal ornaments – it denoted great status. The town had many café’s and bars, with the main attraction however being the many galleries. You could watch the artists at work in the many workshops often attached to shops selling the goods. We watched a very friendly man show us how he was carving and polishing jade. He invited into his workshop and he was very proud of his vast ...
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