Waiheke Island Resort and Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
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... on the bus we went, and ended up back at the same town where we started. We ate dinner at this charming little Italian cuisine. There was a wood fireplace going that really gave the restaurant a welcome feel. We first shared a pesto, red pepper, and prosciutto bruschetta. I then had what I would say was the absolute BEST mushroom ravioli I have had in my entire life. Andy had quite the pizza as well. The riesling I enjoyed was also a favorite.
Back on the bus, we ...
... coming travelling and struggling to afford food or to wash my clothes. I never really thought about how travelling in a camper van means you don't have access to toilets or showers and I certainly never thought about finding water to drink. Everything about travelling has taught me so much and I think both of us are going home completely different people. I will definitely think twice about picking up that bottle of water in Sainsburys rather than just going to the tap. ...
... older Chelsea. Yes it has become gently gentrified. It is covered in small, probably boutique (no idea what this means but it is an a la mode adjective) vineyards about thirty minutes away from downtown Auckland. A pleasant commute with your push bike provided the sea is calm. It is still very beautiful with plenty of natural bush and many gorgeous beaches. There was a jazz festival on when we visited on Easter Saturday and being NZ they had thought to lay on extra ferries ...
... that time. They travelled at leisure around the South Island.
The army came in and built the access road. The shire consists of 39 hobbit holes. Each has a personality - a baker, a fisherman, etc. The more respected the hobbit was, the more windows he had in his home. Bags End has the most windows.The holes were built at different scales - used for different sized people playing the hobbits. Some of the hobbit holes were ...
... disappointed to find out that they had run out of Tiramisu, until we were served a mango semifreddo instead. In case you aren't familiar with semifreddo (I had to look it up on Wikipedia) it's basically gelato, and whipped cream. Mixed together. Need I say more? So much for getting exercise other than hand to mouth. At the end of Day Two, our luggage has expanded to include several bottles of wine. It should be fun getting everything on the ferry tomorrow. More ...