Asure Saddle And Sulky Motor Lodge
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- Free airport shuttle
- Non-smoking rooms
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... he replied, walking sticks in hands, clad to the hilt as if he were ascending Everest for the day. ‘Just watch out for the Puffer.’
The Puffer, it transpired, was a massively steep path. It was just completely insane. I’m not sure the photos I took did it justice, walking up it was like battling gravity. I have since been told that five year olds can quite happily tackle this hill but muggins here was on the verge of a coronary by the ...
We took it easy today just drove a short distance into New Plymouth. We visited the Pukekura Park, where once again it was so well maintained. We then came back to Oakura Beach Campsite for lunch and some restful time in our chairs by the beach. (With a glass of ...
... La Playata yum cost $20, Jeff had steel cut oatmeal nice. Caught ' Ubea' to a shopping mall and got Jeff outfitted for Dowdle wedding. Walked around til 4.30pm then time for happy hour. Four beers and two Marquita cocktails for $20 too cheap! Had beautiful tea at 'Zanes' pasta and second white wine of trip. Day 29 Wednesday Last day in USA. Breakie again next door and then walked for an hour before checkout. So sitting in airport killing time. Gonna be a loooong day. Looking forward to ...
... studios in Singapore. Overall it was a highly beneficial trip and I enjoyed every minute of it. Ross This was an amazing trip. Not only did we meet other people and experience their cultures. We learnt how other countries play hockey. It taught us a valuable lesson of how to adapt and change our playing style during games. experiencing other cultures food was an experience i wont forget. A couple of highlights for me was playing at the ...
... had taken us over 4,000kms and both the car and I were pretty tired of it. Thankfully when we arrived in New Plymouth I knew that we would only have two long drives left. New Plymouth sits between the sea and the Taranaki volcano. I am told that if the volcano was to blow, most of New Plymouth would be destroyed. Great! Although Taranaki is stunning, it was a fairly big detour for us. The real reason we came was to visit Helen, who rather unsurprisingly, we met on the truck. If you ...