Waikanae Beach Motel
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Very comfortable rooms.
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... the constantly running water of the Wharekopae River. Boogie boards, inflatable mattresses and inner tubes which can be used to slide on and it's a wild ride. We arrived with another small group of tourists and watched a young French traveller taking the freezing cold plunge down the hill.
After a bit of persuading Mike decided to keep Caleb company and risk pneumonia taking the slide. Sarah and ...
... ze skalniaka przez caly dzien-i wierzcie mi- jaka to byla radosc, ze robimy cos innego:) Nas z gospodarz jest spoko ziomkiem, wyluzowanym i bez spiny. Mamy super dobre jedzenie, ktore sam robi. Na wypasie, po tych 2tyg boje sie wejsc na wage:) nawet alkohol serwuje, bardzo nam sie udalo:) Przez 1,5tyg byla z nami Amerykanka i 3Niemcow, ale juz sie wyniesli i chwile jestesmy same. Czekamy na nowych wooferow (burakow):) --- Poznalysmy tez Polke, ktora mieszka tu na stale od 4lat. ...
... br> · 2 tbsp tomato paste
· 1 - 2 tbsp hot chilli sauce
· 1 tbsp sumac or paprika
· ½ cup verjuice or white wine
· 1 tin tomatoes
· 2 tins lentils, well rinsed and drained
· 1 tin whole kernel corn, drained
· 1 tin chickpeas, well rinsed and drained
· 1 cup frozen peas
· ½ cup water
· ½ - 1 teaspoon salt
· Lots ...
Four of us got up at 06:30 this morning and headed to the beach to see the first sunrise in the world today, very cool thing to do. After sunrise, back to bed for a few extra hours sleep. Around 10 we head to the cafe on the beach and get kitted out in waders so we can head out into the ocean to hand feed stingrays! :) This has been ongoing here for a few years and as soon as we ...
... a wrong way of wearing them, and, clearly, everyone else had it wrong. Our guide began to hand each of us a pole and told us to line up in a straight line, shoulder to shoulder, with the pole in front of us. (Isn't this sort of what you do to frog gig?) He proceeded to tell us that we were forming a human wall to keep the wild stingrays from swimming between us and possibly feeling threatened- they were less likely to stab us that way. They put the smaller kids on a banana ...