Waimahana Luxury Lakeside Apartments
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... delicious food in a while so had plenty of seconds! We were treated to another song after dinner as they sang goodbye to us. The next morning we visited Te Puia, which is another Maori culture centre and geothermal park. We got to visit the carving and weaving school and then went round to see the geysers exploding. Our guides also cooked us some eggs to eat for breakfast using one of the hot pools. After raiding the gift shop it was off to ...
... said 4 words to each other. Now I was leaving everything I own to a crazy Norwegian ex army nurse. As we approached the dive height, Eli was first up, the door to the plane was thrown open and all the paying customers lost their breath. It's not natural for the plane door to be open. From where I was sitting I could see Eli's face as they manoeuvred her to the door, her legs dangling over the edge. Her face white against the brilliantly blue sky. We really couldn't have had ...
... down the road and the problems came back, and this time we couldn't close the windows we had opened. So we drove back while they had another go at it. I took the boys down to a grassy park which they loved rolling, jumping and sliding down, while Donna waited in the office. After a time, the mechanic told us that we'd need to come back tomorrow morning, so we found a caravan park to stay at and checked in. The boys played on the trampoline while some serious ...
... props, costumes etc. amazing place to get to see and go behind the scenes and see how things were done. From here is was a short drive over to Stone Street Studios - Owned by Peter Jackson. These are the sites of the indoor sets and the huge green screen. It's located very close to the airport so they have to run outdoor action filming between planes taking off. The next few days in Wellington are just chill out time. Spending the days wandering the city, taking ...
... bunks without railings or ladders, sweaty backpack back, reusing your antibacterial quick dry 'towel' over and over, and sometimes feeling very very frustrated because you cant find that one t-shirt, is what its all about....but it does get a bit frustrating after a while. Its always very tempting to splurge on a hotel just for one night. But I luckily have some friends' places to stay every now and then so that has made it easier (big shout out to Kristen). I wouldn't change it ...