Asure Kapiti Court Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... as far as I could. I can always to the forest another day, preferably a sunny day after little or no rain... Peter had mentioned that the route after the range was really really dull until the Whanganui river section but as I still haven't worked how I can do that upstream without a jetboat, I'll retire as a tramp for the moment learn to paraglide instead. Still 13 days until Bolly lands to I'd better use my time wisely! Queenstown, here I ...
... hair – it turned out to be an Irish dancing competition, so the museum part was an oasis of quiet. It was absolutely full of the most beautifully restored cars, bikes and trucks we have ever seen, and is apparently the biggest and best in the southern hemisphere – we would not disagree with that, as it was absolutely amazing. It was started by Len Southward, a motor mechanic with a love for vehicles who was knighted by ...
... Went to the park with Meg and Ryan who she looks after that was fun! Haha On Thursday morning me and Meg went and got Lisas doggies to take them for another walk. So we randomly picked a place and it started to get really muddy…with that I runt around meg is face first in mud with the dogs jumping and licking her face. Ive never laughed so much! I tried to take pictures but they are just so blurry from all the laughing! Was a really good walk though. ...
... bus to Paraparaumu arriving home at about 11pm instead of about 7pm. The final drama was to arrive at Paraparaumu airport to find the place shut and in darkness with no taxis to be seen. The goodness of one of the shuttle drivers prevailed and a cab was duly summoned to get us home ...
... waiter what the deal with Wellington's Cuban attachment was, but sadly he had no idea and I still haven't got round to googling it!
Wellington was a place of hellos and goodbyes for us - we first said hello to Gabe, Ruby's Ozzie gentleman friend who was to join us on our travels for a week or so. We then had to say goodbye to Latoya, because the rental company wouldn't let us take her ...