Camelot On Ulster
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... and filming equipment. Logistics of power, water and sewerage all had to be considered.
... stopped at a cafe called Casablanca for drinks and refreshments. Took a short walk on the promenade for a few more snaps. Look at the pictures we took heading past Auckland. Dropped Roma and Paul off at Darryl and Reshma's house then we returned to Levin and Sherry's home for a meal and one more night with them before continuing our journey to Rotorua and Taupo ...
... t accept the offer because I had a commitment with Adecco, the Recruitment agency. Basically they say that I work for them and when the company where I work for wants to hire me, they have to 'buy’ me out! So that was no possibility, especially because I don’t know how long I will stay in the North…it would be not fair! So too bad. But within 6 months I am allowed to go back to Parentline, if I leave Adecco. So we will see if I am still in the North after ...
... easy as the dirt wasn't too wet and muddy, we had to climb some pretty tough rocky cliffs a few had metal chains up the side of the cliffs to assist. We met a guy at what I assumed was the summit at the 2hour mark, he scoffed when I asked if it was the summit, he pointed it out and we continued on our way towards the summit, **** got real here and there were a series of down hill down hill down hill, followed by muddy swamps, followed by ...
... a dip and cool off, but the beach was so flat that we had to walk for a good 20metres before the water even got deeper than our ankles. At the same time that we were there, there were loads of kite surfers just off-shore scooting around off the wind. They came kind of close to us at one point but we just ducked and hoped for the best.
There was even a random bunch of guys riding horses bareback across the sand, would've ...