Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... home to the Treaty of the same name; signed in 1840 with the aim to bring together Maori and Pakeha (white people) under the protection of the British Crown. Unfortunately parts of the Treaty were, literally, lost in translation and following its signing, many of the rights guaranteed to Maori in the Treaty of Waitangi were ignored. To help rectify this, the Waitangi Tribunal was set up which has ruled on a number of ...
... In many ways it is what NZ does; sell tourism tours at every opportunity, and none too cheaply either: to persuade you to go up in a plane, helicopter, para glider, gondola or fall down on a rope, a parachute, a raft, a kayak or similar. What is impressive is that none of the above really require one to be in a country a long way away from most other places. I guess most of the new tourists are from Asia specifically China and Korea which are not so far away but these people ...
... in a giant bindi patch as we get down onto the ground. Surviving that the next challenge is unique to the Stallions. Our hosts make a formal welcome to us and present players from both sides with a small goblet of port to toast the upcoming match. Their other unique feature is the white picket-fence style gate through which all players are requested to use to enter and leave the ground. That wouldn't be so strange if not for the fact that there is ...
... ready to go. Perfect valet service when you see a sunny day coming on. Met up with a few friends including one that is in the chapter from my book, "Star Tour Guides", Alan. We dined and wandered the viaduct at dusk and talked about the years of tour guiding, reminiscing on all those we have helped have a memorable travel experience in New Zealand. Also was able to visit the daughter of a friend who settled in Auckland and very happy at being a 9 to 5 doctor, ...
... BOY, outdoor patio and a spunky Brazilian waitress. We brought some of our NZ wine from our travels and spent the night course after course laughing, crying, reminiscing and looking forward to the future.
We have some of the most amazing friends anyone could ever hope for. Without their continued support and encouragement we may never have made this NZ trip a reality. But beyond that, they saved up money and vacation all year, to spend time with ...