Ventura Inn & Suites Hamilton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... than the summer. The water I think stays around 14°; I've been toasty on my winter steamer with thin boots. It's not so much fun getting home afterwards to the damp cold house ! Thank goodness we had a bath and 2 showers. And thanks to Tracy Covell who told me about wonderful invention called the Dri Buddi we have all had dry suits. (Tracy - it was a nightmare finding one and there was just one second hand one on TradeMe (NZ ebay site) so someone important to New ...
... the valley that makes you feel like you've stepped into a Jurassic forest full of various ferns, creeping vines and mosses, and ages of plants and different stages of decomposition. We felt that at any moment a pack of velociraptors would take us by surprise and end our venture through the bush. Luckily, we did not get taken down by any dinosaurs but we were surrounded by their more evolved relatives, the birds! And what amazing calls these NZ birds have. ...
Raglan's Not a Bad Way to Spend Monday, followed by Tuesday’s Symphony
We rent some kayaks on a beautiful Monday afternoon and slowly paddle to other side of the harbour where there are some cool limestone rocks that have created waterways you can weave in and around. It’s perfect for a kayak at high tide but Ron gets stuck quite often.
[There are tons of small inlets in the rocks, ...
... meant no duty-free shopping, and more stress. Other than this the Emirates experience was pretty good. First stop Dubai. I dosed a bit. Ollie was wide eyed having watched films for the whole trip. We passed a massage place at Dubai airport - no time for a real massage but where we all had a go in the massage chairs. Pretty good! Next leg to Melbourne, 13 hours. Drugs worked well and we all got some sleep. Met with a rather unfriendly lady at ...
... except Bag End which is where Bilbo Baggins lived. They could fit about 120 people in that little Hobbit hole. The rest were just facades built into the hill.
The Green Dragon was our final destination, where they gave us complimentary drinks and we ordered a light lunch. I got a small beef pot pie and Jess has the mushroom soup with a biscuit. The food was actually pretty good. Afterwards, Jess put on some Hobbit clothes and we saw the outside. ...