BK's Counties Motor Lodge
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- Outdoor pool
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Fitness/Health center
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... Internet groups now but most conversations are how excited everyone is and their personal countdowns till when they fly out. Lots of different memorabilia is now available and many appealing to the masses. How commercial this adventure is ...
Work up later than usual but needed the rest after driving yesterday. Keith bless him had laid breakfast for us first time ever. Els is at work but is giving her notice today and then going to press on with her saddle business and also run the farm for Keith as he is hoping to do 6 months here and 6 in the UK. Al needed help with changing his jet ski onto different trailers. Keith helped heavy work. Keith then took us on a walk round his estate. He has another bungalow near that ...
Breakfast was up at the hostels kitchen where I had the usual, bread and jam and a banana again. We all shared some pineapple that I had bought as we would be moving the next day and didn't want to take it with me. Went back to the room after and started figuring out what we were going to do for the day. Then we heard a knock on the door. It was the house cleaning lady checking we were all with Gadventures and we didn't need to check out. She then ...
... in the restaurant to escape while we chose our meals. We shared some delicious oysters followed by beautifully prepared salmon and beef. We then went to bed to try and adjust to the new time zone which is 13 hours ahead of England. I took two sleeping tablets to help me suppress the discomfort of my injured foot which had started to bruise. It had been a lovely day and we had both started the transition to holiday mode relishing the experience of being able to relax and not ...
... worse version of McDonald's believe it or not) and were all set for our three hour journey across the Tasman Sea. After a smooth flight on the South Pacific's version of EasyJet (JetStar) and Abbie being attacked by a drug sniffer dog eager for the remnants of bananas in her bag (this also happened last time she came to NZ), we were all settled into our hostel in the blustery capital of NZ, Auckland, in next to no time.
The following day took us on a tour of the ...