Trinity Wharf Tauranga
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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Day 10 – Monday, Nov 23th, Sunny and windy, 21°
Packed up and headed south to Tauranga. We left "Summertime" around 9 am and despite a prolonged breakfast in Kawakawa and a return trip to the airbnb to pick up my phone, we arrived at the Trinity Wharf Hotel around 6 pm. The terrain changed during our journey south from …
... to dress up as a hobbit for a while but was definitely too tall for all the clothing. I certainly enjoyed seeming really tall next to all of the Hobbit holes and all the props left behind. If anyone is ever in NZ you should so go to Hobbiton, even if you haven't seen the films. It's a really surreal experience to walk where you know certain scenes were filmed and learn all the issues and ins and outs of filming there. It was definitely a great way to end New ...
... for intercultural learning. During our period with AFS we have hosted a number of students so this winter we are catching up with some of them during our travels. We will also have the pleasure of meeting their boyfriends/husbands along with their children - it really is exciting! So where are we off to during winter in New Zealand 2015. It is our intention to leave ...
... flat, but meandered up then down, the track winding through trees and ferns, it was very much like middle earth, sometimes dark and quiet, at other times the light filters through. I came suddenly upon a young man, a hunter, with a deer slung across his shoulders, a rifle around his back. He grinned as I took his photo, the beast must've weighed a few hundred kilos!
The marshals were from Youth Search and Rescue (YSAR) and were fantastic, teenagers who ...
Today I have very little of interest to report I'm afraid. It's been a nul day which was basically set set aside to just getting from point A to B. I managed to grab a single bed at the Napier YHA which was perfect! A room just big enough for a single bed and floor space for luggage. It was warm and quiet and just what I needed. The nice lady on the reception desk did recommend a café for breakfast (the raffles street cafe) which was as good as she ...