Asure Kapiti Court Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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And then the sun shone. Refreshed and having had the best sleep for weeks, I strode out along the coast path, thoroughly enjoying life. Nothing particularly memorable about this bit of the walk but I really couldn't believe all the stories I'd been hearing about the destruction the rain had left. I made it to Paraparaumu (getting so good with all these names now!) and dropped my pack off at the YHA. Then carried on my walk to Waikanae and ...
... forest walk, we were surprised to find that most if Rivendell is actually conputer generated :) on the bright side we saw the grassy knoll legolas ( Orlando bloom) posed on for promotional photos! After: a wrong turn, blind curve, brief moment of terror, stone wall, popped tire, change to a donut and Emily taking over for driving later- we were on our way to paraparamu and arrived in time for dinner ...
... unmotivated to get out-and-about in weather like this. I always have plenty to do on the computer – like reading travel blogs – and I have some DVDs and TV to watch and books and mags to read. And I have next year’s travels to plan, haha – what could be better?
I have been to Wellington a couple of times before but just for a few days, so I’m liking spending more time here to get ...
As we entered our last week on the North Island, we found ourselves based in the town of Taupo, situated on New Zealand's largest lake, Lake Taupo. Having arrived from Rotorua earlier in the day we decided to visit the much talked about Waikato River. In itself the river was a fantastic spectacle with fierce currents, stunning scenery and a bungy jump set up over it. However the main attraction for us was funnily enough not the notion to throw ourselves of ...
Breakfast was a disappointing affair in the Masonic's restaurant and we headed out into the town. Hazel had bought a walking tour booklet from the Art Deco Centre and we set about completing it. Following the walk along the promenade we came across a crazy golf course. A certain lady made various excuses for her impending loss before even the first hole and indeed a seven stroke victory was secured. Apparently ...