Tourist Court Motel
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... this summer - that is, if they let us back into the Reserve... it was no more than 3 seconds between Daryn spotting the ropes hanging from the trees until he was swinging from them, launching himself into the not-quite-warm-enough crystal-clear stream, shattering all tranquillity... though I am not certain of the required etiquette of swimming in Nature Reserves, I'm not sure Daryn had it quite right swinging around in his underwear shouting ...
... yogi-bear picnic basket and what can only be described as a wine-briefcase - a leather affair that is a confusing mix of business and pleasure, guaranteed only to warm your chilled wine. Next, Briscoes for home wear stuff; Daryn was so happy he was on the verge of a seizure when he got to the kitchen-ware section; we left 2 hours later- dizzy with euphoria having bought 3 shopping trolleys worth of stuff.
Following the stuff-binge, ...
... on our tables. Danilo and I stand opposite each other with a conveyer belt in between and basically feel up the fruit to check it is not too soft, mouldy deformed or has too many imperfections for the fussy export countries. It is truly tedious but our colleagues are really nice. On the first day we both stood in the canteen like kids on the first day of school not knowing where to sit and luckily a ...
... learning about the hosts tribe and local culture before having a delicious hangi for dinner, listening to story's of the towns aspirations and packaging up food for local children. The area is in poverty following the introduction of machinery to the forestry industry - this has led to crime, famine, unemployment and low cultural belief. The host family and workers are working to restore the town using tourism and initiatives to restore their local town, ...
... and for once we didn't ignore the thermal park that we had all wanted to walk around in and finally stopped the car and ventures around Kurau thermal pool park. It was still pretty busy at 9pm, they had foot pools around the place and then several larger pools with thermal activity. It was pretty cool to see, we had wanted to go to "The Champagne pools" near Taupo but was quite expensive, whilst at these free pools a guy walked past and said he had paid to see similar ...