Asure Kapiti Court Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- 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 ...
... at work so got some over time in and that’s about that. On Friday me, Claire and Martin embarked on a 4 hour road trip up the Tongariro crossing. Was a funny old road trip up which involved Claire running around in boggy bush land with a torch in her mouth wanting to wee!
It was an early start to catch the bus to go up to do the Tongarario Crossing. It’s a 19km walk and the highest point is around 1900m. We were all a bit worried about the weather, but it ...
... to find 4 lads already there – in t-shirts & shorts!! They must make them hardy in this part of the world. The panorama would have been stunning on a nice day but was still pretty impressive – views across to Kapiti Island, the sweep of the bay going north, the waves crashing onto the rocks to the south, and the sight of the edge of the southerly front, sunshine in front of it, dark grey clouds behind and misty ...
... After a quick food stop in Hokitika, and another for a new glove box door in Greymouth, we opted for the inland route east. We drove halfway to Murchison and pulled over for the night at a DOC site a few kilometers outside Reefton. This was one of the nicest DOC sites yet, as it came with a wood fire pizza oven off all things. Unfortunately we did not have pizza to put in it.
The next morning morning we did not stop 'till we reached ...