Asure Saddle And Sulky Motor Lodge
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... parents were naturally unimpressed that yours truly here is not the biggest fan of avocados.
I was staggered by the size of Mattijs’ parents’ house! It instantly reminded me of an old Italian farmhouse, with beautiful azure blue walls and red window frames. The house backed onto a large orchard of avocado trees which Mattijs’ parents themselves had planted when they arrived in New Zealand from Holland thirty two years ago. ...
... 20000 people although only half full last night. Day 15 Wednesday Flew out from Dulles airport having got bus here, cheap $7 @ and easy. Spent three hours there before flying. Flew Frontier very comfortable flight. Rain rain when we arrived and had been all day apparently. Memphis very low key. Peabody very grand. Jeff upgraded to suite on club floor. Oppulance, big room, big bed awesome. Free Hors dervs 5-6, cookies and milk 8-9pm. Went across road for few beers, met manager and sat ...
... part-time at 2-days a week. Craig was humbled, but the whole purpose of putting our sailing trip on a hiatus to work was to bank as much money as possible. When he explained this to the hospital staff, they said that they would put their heads together and come up with a solution. The proposal they came back with was to increase the hours to 40 per week and split Craig’s time 50% in the renal department where he would work with kidney ...
... to eat, the larvae reel in that particular line and feast on whatever it is that they've managed to catch.
After the caves, it was time to move on to the coast... the west coast of the North Island - the Taranaki region; specifically, New Plymouth. Having managed to find a nice, well-kept, affordable campground right along the black-sand Fitzroy Beach, it was time to explore the city itself.
I began by picking up the ...
Weather: Extremely rainy over night and morning, with a very strong wind and clouds the rest of the day with more rain.
After a long night of hard rain pounding the roof of the van, we finally started moving around 8:30 this morning. With all the noise from the rain neither Janessa or I slept very good. After showering (in the cheap showers that only allowed 5 minutes of hot water) and eating breakfast, we set off ...