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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Kaiteriteri
... Kaiteriteri at 6pm! Longest day ever! Quickly made some dinner in the kitchen and went to the bar! Got chatting to some of the guys from the bus as we are with a new group this week. They seem like a decent bunch. The Leeds lads from our original bus also got back on so there were a few familiar faces. Had a game of pool and played some cards with Libby, Clara, Dave and Mike before they shut the bar at 10pm. You ...
Woke during the night to some short periods of rain which are hard to ignore pinging on the tin roof of our vans.
It was pretty cold this morning but not freezing as it had rained, own layer of two doonas keeping us warm.
Showers are the timed push button type here which means you get about 20 seconds of water, then need to push the button to keep the water flowing again and again. This definitely encourages you to speed ...
... ten beaches in New Zealand. Our day was mainly filled with driving through vineyard country to get to Kaiteriteri. Once we got there the beach was gorgeous with a small inlet where people were swimming with bright yellow sands and blue water. In the afternoon we chilled out at the beach and played catch. Then we cooked yet another backpacker meal- already missing farm food! That evening we had drinks at the hostel bar to try and meet ...
... She leaves home at 6.30 am....takes people kayaking all day... And then cycles home on the horrible road. She's an star!
We started off with iced chocolate in a local cafe and then on we walked up to the viewpoints overlooking Sandy Bay...worth the trudge. The sea is a brilliant turquoise and the sand a delicious golden colour.
After lunch of green lipped mussels for Taid and ...
... all of Aimee’s beautiful artwork, and some of her really quirky and innovative furniture. It just goes to show how creative someone can be when they have very little furniture to begin with, and how something can be given a new lease of life with just a little creativity, using anything from coffee sacks, wooden beer crates, scraps of material, music sheets, comic books, paper and paints. I felt truly inspired and in owe of what they had achieved with children of ...