Pacific Coast Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with them, especially if Shannon was going, didn't want to leave her on her own. So to make it more bare able Shannon and I grabbed some cider from the shop. Ed caught his first fish, it wasn't a bad size but Grant wasn't too sure on whether we could take that home, so they had to chuck it back out to sea. After that one they didn't have much luck, and didn't manage to catch anything else. So they gave up and we went back to the motel and had some dinner. Monday. We had ...
... at the lake before making our way back into Rotorua it was time to check out the waterfront, see the helicopters the sea planes and all the other touristy stuff down by the lake. After a 45 or so minute walk it was time to head over to the Night Market, we were hoping there would be a load of stuff from locals for sale. The market was pretty much food, and more food. Food from around the world, so we instantly got excited at all of the Asian stuff there was about - but knew it was ...
... the tram (very steep!) a quick spin arond house boats etc in a sampan, and a look at the shops in Stanley Street .. very clean and tidy compared to those in city centre.
NY has its yellow taxis, Hong Kong has it's re taxis ..... all Toyota Crown. Spent some time at city markets. The minute you picked up something there was someone at your elbow "velly good plice, you want you want?" We must have looked in need of ...
... right, as within a few minutes we spotted the pod of around 100 strong Common Dolphins moving in on the shoal. They didn't seem to be disturbed by the boat and we motored amongst them as they swam past. We spent around 4 hours between Whale Island and the mainland trying to get the right location. Lucy got into the water maybe 4 times, but the dolphins were in a hunting party and were moving too fast to actually swim ...