Waipu Cove Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Back in NZ
We are back in NZ again, we were last here in 2008 , November , and we were in a wilderness base jumper van then as well. These Vans are great, it is like coming home the van is so familiar. We just did a few miles from the pick up in Auckland and we pitched up on a site overlooking a beach, so we got our first nice view out the …
... like to tell you that this time turned out much better for both of us, but unfortunately all I can tell you is that you’ll have to watch the video to find out what happened. We then quickly discovered that the limiting factor on how many runs you can do is not whether you died on the previous run but how much endurance you have left to climb back up to the top. It’s quite a hike straight back up the dune to come flying back down in 45 secs ...
... we sat at our cute little fold down outside table, with a beer, under the stars, reflecting on a perfect day! Don't get me wrong the day was perfect, but this driving malarky is testing mine and Robs patience with each other more than ever before! My ability to read a map angers him more than life and Robs need to have the music so loud bugs me rather a lot I sometimes give him the silent treatment.. It's all very mature! But we are still friends and there ...
Volgende huis heeft uitzicht op een melk fabriek. We hebben in Maungaturoto Historic Hotel lunch gehad. Voor Michael! FONTERRA MAUNGATUROTO Originally built in 1902, Fonterra’s Maungaturoto site is one of the Co-operative’s oldest. Fonterra Maungaturoto processes 2.1 million litres of milk per day, from 110,000 cows, during the peak of the milk production season. Each ...
... intense karakoe competition. We weren't entred but we sure gave it all we got. Met a few friendly locals; Lyndie and her husband, Jennie, Cliff, and Morag (the local Scot). We also met Jeff, the only normal character in town, but then he's really from Auckland. 6th Dec Woke up slightly worse for wear after one too many of the "hotels" micro brew. Headed to Whangarei and gave the ...