Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre
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... one she wanted because it was a junior model you see...JR...now some would say JR perhaps stands for JR Duty Free the brand not junior...but you decide [photo evidence attached]. Thank you to the Qantas lounge gatekeeper for letting us have an extra guest. We had the whole lounge to ourselves with a full bar...excellent. The next Greenie adventure is filling in the arrival card [again photo ...
... 10 days comes, and guess what? We both come down with colds and headaches! The weather has turned and it's grey and rainy so it's not a good day to go the beach or Waiheke Island. We get some groceries and both sleep the day away dosed up with painkillers. Typical eh, why weren't we sick on a work day!?
We go on some walks in the afternoons as there's quite a few around the 19 acre grounds here at KP. We walk about 20 mins to the waterfall which is pretty and ...
A lovely day spent with Hols, Steve and Joshy opening prezzies from The Big Man, eating turkey cooked on the BBQ and playing with lots of Josh's toys! We listened to lots of Christmas music and Calum played lots of football with Joshy. We also had chance to chat to family in England. Merry Christmas ...
... we came across had enough room to seat us all. It was really strange. We all knew we had come to the end of our time together and it seemed like there was a big gaping hole where all the others should be. We had a lovely evening though, talking about our favourite bits of the trip and going through each other's photos. After all the beautiful things we had seen and the amazing experiences we had had, my favourite photos of the trip was still of Jackson and Hendrick at ...
... normal again now :-) Because of the room mix up at our hostel we checked into our new hotel late afternoon. It was just down the road but as it was a hotel rather than hostel we didn't have any cooking facilities. We ended up heading into town and found a fab place to eat called Elliott's Stables. It was an indoor converted courtyard area, surrounded by about 10 different restaurants. They all shared the tables, so you chose where you wanted ...