Trinity Wharf Tauranga
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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yes, it was great
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... authentic handheld lantern”. All that for only $175 per person. Well, Jackson and Alexander have perfected that art of business with Hobbitton. The evening was similar to a Renaissance fair – costumes, food, drinks and local entertainers. It ended “all too soon” as they like to say on the Serenity, with a great light show, featuring Julie Andrews (hologram only), the Crystal God-Mother.
Next stop, Napier, the art deco ...
... of Tauranga Harbour and is New Zealand's 5th largest city. After checking into the lovely old Armitage Hotel, Stirling, Ron, Jan and, Colin and myself go for a wander down along the strip of restaurants and bars along the waterfront and I settle on some sushi for lunch.
At 3:00 the team assembles at the base of Mount Maunganui, an extinct volcanic cone that rises above the town, which is now officially known by its ...
... build up the release and therefore allow it to go ff at a certain time, instead of waiting around for it to perform! It was a grand show by mother nature! We then walked around the thermal area for about 2 1/2 hours which was spectacular even though we had driving rain and got our first real soaking!! The bubbling of mud pools, great chasms of vapour' colours which were unreal made for an extra-terrestrial experience. In the afternoon ...
... just begun) and licking plates anymore, so I left the island. Luckily, I had a skype call with another family on Thursday evening, which was very great. The family was so welcoming and it felt as if I had known the family for decades rather than minutes. The call was so much fun and we all laughed a lot. The family invited me to come and see them, so I decided to take the bus to Rotorua two days later. I arrived here yesterday, and the family was so loving ...
... rain while I was in the pools, which was great for the really hot ones! It was also Alexanders birthday - here's another official Happy Birthday!!
The next day I went to the Redwood Forest - officially called the Whakarewarewa Forest, but I still haven't figured out how to pronounce that. It was gorgeous - I did two of the walks there. The first lead me to some great lookout points, and was about 8km up and down ...