Pukenui Lodge Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... married 43 years, and another British guy who was travelling around for a few months, who has bought a house for his daughter in Norwich! He gave us some tips on where to go skydiving later in our trip. You meet some interesting people on a trip like this :) Time to settle in now with a few drinks, and an early night. Tomorrow we are going to Waitomo, to spend a night in a converted horse truck! ...
... here. I sat on the bank side in my comfy chair reading, while Micky did his best to catch a fish. Maybe tomorrow! The Maori experience was brilliant, we walked around the village with our guide, saw a show explaining all about the Maori way of life. We then had traditional Maori food. To finish off we walked the camp again in the dark to see glow worms, wow and I thought they were something invented by Fisher ...
Visited the centre of town - the public parks has hot water pools bubbling up all over with warnings to keep to the path as new pools can suddenly appear. The smell is pretty bad and meat lilac not dissimilar to the Port Talbot steelworks (smell of home) A great geography field ...
... aber alles recht gut geklappt.
In unserer Freizeit haben wir uns der Reiseorganisation, dem Blog und verschiedenen anderen Aufgaben gewidmet. Außerdem konnte ich regelmäßig die zwei Pferde CJ und JD reiten, welche hinterm Haus stehen. Glenis hat uns sogar samt Pferden mit zum Strand in der Bay of Plenty genommen, wo wir an einem wunderschönen Strand durchs Meer geritten sind, während Bobby leider zu Fuß folgen musste. An anderen Tagen haben wir ...
Explored the peninsula of Russell, caught a ferry over. Walking through the township and up the steep hill behind to to Flagstaff point, famous for the first point where the Union Jack was first flown but not without a couple of tribal wars between the Maoris and the Brits. Walking back down into town we 'took' a wrong turn and ended up in an eye watering resort costing upwards of £6000 a night (which includes ...