Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the ice cream and choose a suitable topping. Again, it's not a decision you make yourself. They also have a weird thing over here where they dip the ice cream in chocolate and coat it. It stops the ice cream dripping, but it's maybe not something I'd normally choose to do! However, we enjoyed the quirkiness of the shop and the ice cream tasted good too.. I had hokey pokey, which is the New Zealand way of saying honeycomb! Gellie ...
... Zumi zumi and just hung out with everyone. I tried hooking Erin up with the guy from ATL but she was having none of it. Girls standards are out of this world. Whatever works for ya. Respectable I guess. Anyway yeah then blackness. Woke up in my bed so that's good. Apparently I was dj for a while cause my YouTube history is all dope songs. I'm pushing real hard for a mike stud movement here. Frat rap needs to be a thing in NZ. I can definitely get used to this set ...
... s 9 and we've been lost and our flight had some **** go down so sorry (in the nicest way possible). Barbs a real sweetheart so she gives 0 *****. She hooks us up and kicks some ******* who over stayed his welcome out of Josh's room so we can actually live together. We walk through the forest of a walkway that is the way to our flat, led by Barbs trusty Korean secretary dude. We throw our **** in my room since the guy is still moving out of josh room. ...
... on the left passenger side was also an interesting experience. Thank you Namgay for your wonderful driving skills! ...and to Kuenzang for the one day that Namgay was not well.
Yes, the country has its 2020 plan to have its roads redeveloped but having seen and endured some of the roads plus witnessed the current construction methods and even with the heavy machinery, I really doubt if this target will be met. ...
... be. We want to feel what its like to be challenged by new twists and turns and languages and dirt and delay. We want to experience life. I think a big lesson we both learned when losing our moms is that you really have to pay attention. We asked ourselves if our lives were allowing us to pay attention or, if we were just going through the motions and moving towards oblivion and repetition. We wonder about our futures. We both have alzheimers in ...