Village Lake Apartments
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the penguin rescuing was going on there was also a massive farm with over 1,000 head of sheep to care for as well. While their story is compelling enough for a New York Times best selling memoir, we wont attempt to do it justice here.
The next 48 hours were very special times for our family, secluded on a beautiful bay, on a farm with amazing people, and surrounded by wildlife in their natural and stunning habitat. Upon arrive our guide was so keen to get ...
... aqua therapy pool which "battered" your body with the force of the jets. Then the rainbow pools which have shower jets for the head, neck and shoulders.
There are also rock pools, sulphur pools, water slides etc.
After a couple of hours and suitably wrinkled we called it a day and went to the cafe for a drink and just as we sat down the heavens opened but all in all a great relaxing afternoon. ...
... the corridors and in the hull. Something i'm really looking forward to and Laura too. There is a 90 mile beach up there used as a highway, so we'll see that and maybe surf the sand dunes. We'll spend our last 3/4 weeks in Auckland, probably staying with friends or working for the room in a hostel before flying out on the 9th of May, bound for Cairns - Australia.
To make it easier I'll list our next flights and movements with dates. ...
... right next to Holly. We initially put a dish towel there to absorb the water. However, the drips started coming quicker and the towel was quickly soaked through. When we had packed them, we had no idea how useful the two recycled 1L yogurt tubs would be. They made perfect drip buckets and we could swap them out as one got filled. By the time the night was done, the drips had filled a tub three times. We later took the van to a garage and found out someone had filled the ...
... the van and our bags and have settled in nicely. We have a shelf in the fridge for food and keep dry stuff in the room. Starting properly Saturday meant we ate and got an early night, ready to start working and earning!
Laura works in the restaurant with the strong minded French manager, Marjorie, who is very pleasant and good at what she does. We were told she likes issuing orders and likes it her way by the directors, and asked which of us would be best to work with ...