Pujjis Boutique Accommodation Wellness Retreat
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... the street would sell you some pancakes, but at $17 we kindly declined. Throughout the journey to Nelson our bus driver Glenn kept us entertained. He was a lovely man who told us all about New Zealand's earthquakes and volcanoes "yeah the whole north island is just one big volcano but none of the books or brochures tell you that do they!". He also spoke to us about his theories of life on other planets and how they'd discovered ruins on Mars, and on the darker problems of New ...
... Mother's Day treat. After being in the car for so long and the restaurant being 6 kilometers away, we decided a tax would be the best option. The Boat Shed was right on the Tasman Sea and our table overlooked the water. The taxi driver as well as the person at the hotel reception told us to definitely order the chef's choice for dinner so that's what we decided to do with no menu, "just trust the chef". This definitely was a fantastic meal, but we both were so full we couldn't do ...
... owned the greatest moustache I have ever seen) all the cast and crew are great except Liv Tyler, who acted like a spoilt child and was furious that nobody knew who she was (in case you were wondering). The next day I wandered about Rotorua avoiding the geothermal mud pools. The whole city smells of Sulphur; people living there must forget what fresh air is. The polynesian spa was very relaxing though.
Next we were taken to Lake Taupo, where I fell out of a plane strapped ...
... we were blessed with sun, but even that couldn't stop our arms and shoulders from aching. We headed in early as we needed to use some of the bright afternoon to let our tents dry out, so we headed to our camp ground which was in the middle of a sheep paddock where hippy music festivals take place. A great time of kite flying, walks, cricket, and dancing around the wooden sculptures (aided by several boxes of wine) helped us put the indecision of the day behind us.
... over 350 craft beers. It also has free wifi which is a premium in New Zealand. In New Zealand and in Australia you pay for internet access everywhere. It is pretty dangerous because you pay by the data amount. FaceTime calls and Skype for some reason eat a lot of plan dollars. Many of these plans just charge you by the mb and never cut you off. If you are not checking which of course I never have, you can end up getting a whopper of a bill just ...
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