The Narrows Landing
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back to the same place searching the missing one, but we got it in 2 pieces.
First disappointment of the tour but we all know its part of any travel.
Make No Bones About:
Bus full of tourists took us to the hobbinton set from reception. Most of us never saw any series or trilogy related to hobbinton movies. When guide was explaining, we have no doubts or objections because ...
... interesting, learned about the developing of earthquakes and some more about the Maoris and NZ in general! Good on you Crissy;). So our trip ended with a visit at ‘Lake Taupo’. Still an active crater...On our way we drove on ‘desert road’ (region: Taranaki – reminded me sometimes of Netherlands – pretty flat compared by the rest). But also two amazing mountains: Mt. Ruapehu (2797 metres! – probably (not sure) highest mountain of NZ). ...
... one at a time). I shared my blog with her and added her to my address book so she will receive it. She is hooked on the web and entertains herself playing games with her I-pad. I shared the "Words with Friends" app with her. We turned in for the night about 10:00 and as I climbed into bed, I could see the amazing night sky outside our window. I moved the pillow to the foot of the bed and fell asleep gazing at the stars. Orion's Belt is in the ...
Got up and had another lovely swim before heading out...then Fred and I walked down the New Plymouth ocean pathway. Sea was much calmer than yesterday but still very rough. Amazing the huge pieces of driftwood lying on the banks...btw the banks were built with huge boulders, then the sidewalk, then another row of boulders, then a concrete wall...no erosion is going to happen here! ...
I have just finished shoving my worldly belongings for the next two into my shiny new pack. We depart early tomorrow morning and I would be less nervous if every person I speak to about going to India didn't say, "ooooh be careful over there won't you". Lucy has a Swiss Army knife though, so we'll be ...