Asure Kapiti Court Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... super nice! But I'm getting ahead of myself, today we woke up in the national park and began our adventure of driving! We knew we wanted to go to kaitoke, so we plugged that into our gps when low and behold there are three, and we don't know which one we want to go to. Picking the one that seems most likely, we head out, prior to arriving in kaitoke we stop in woodville- as it has an isite, which ...
... cars behind, we travelled up to Paraparaumu for lunch at a beachside cafe and followed that with a walk on said beach. It was extremely windy and cold so the sand was blowing at ankle height and moving driftwood around, but those conditions made it perfect for 2 sand yachters who were absolutely flying up the beach. There were huge waves and breakers between us and Kapiti Island and it was pretty chilly, but I managed to create a ...
... Wood products. Listening to an Radio Station while driving I learned that NZ has Incarnated over 8000 people mostly petty Crime , Drug related , smoking Pot which is Illegal . 8000 out of about 4 Mio People .... 1 out of 500 People makes NZ stand pretty high up on the list for People in Prison.... and they cost an average of NZ$ 100'000 / year/ Person which ads up to almost an Billion $ which is an huge drain for the modest size Economy NZ has.... crazy really ...
... Francisco. To access the higher terraces the locals use funicular tracks and a public railway. Much of Wellington is built on reclaimed land including the airport. A line on the pavements denotes the original land and the reclaimed. The city is built directly on the pacific / Australasia fault line which is under constant stress. The last major earthquake measuring 8.1 was in 1855 which took 100's of lives. Daily tremors are measured ...
... us wonderful stories of the Maori people. We loved the Maori exhibits. There was a VERY cool fashion exhibit and the largest preserved colossal squid. There was so much more to see! We could have spent the rest of the day there, but by that time it was after 1:00 and we were ready for lunch and wanted to see some of the city as well.
So we had lunch at Mac's which was next door to the museum. We chose bread and dip ...