At the Rocks Motor Lodge
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... was our first real glimpse at the coutnryside of New Zealand, and we were both blown away by it. New Zealand feels so 'natural' and wild. Where there would be brown in Australia, in NZ there's green. And where there'd be green in Aus, there's colour in NZ. Had anyone else been around we would have driven them mad with our constant exclaiming over the colours of the landscape. We continue to see huge patches of yellow flowers, and we've come across a number of ...
... days prior not only could I not remember they were there but I couldn't remember which pocket they were in, resulting in a full search of my bag. Ugh. Stupid. After that whole ordeal I passed the border patrol with no major issues and got to my gate with time to spare, phew! The flight to Wellington (north island of NZ) was relatively easy! I had anxiety about my bags since I had packed it up so frantically but I assured myself, there's nothing I can do ...
... job in our woofer's life : we pulled out thistles and picked up the cow pue in their fields. Luckily, I was away half of the day for my english lessons, and Astrid was working for me. I really thank her of my whole gratitude.
During the english lessons, it was funny to be surrounded by classmates from all over the world :
- One Chinese who learn to speak english because, as we know, Chinese intend to invade the whole earth.
- One Swiss-german who is ...
... before deciding on our sustainence and found our minds made up for us by one of the locals. Our conversation was interupted by a man standing beside us, spit dried in the corners of his mouth, rolling a cigarette and asking us if we had had any luck with the machines. Now in that split second, I ran through my mind any worthwhile situation or conversation that could begin with a question like that. I'm sorry to say dear readers, I came up ...
... done considerable ecological damage to the surrounding tourist attractions, and has been scaled down somewhat.
Nearby are the impressive Huka Falls. Not really a waterfall per se, but an incredible rush of white water of the great Waikato River through a narrow ravine. There are some impressive view points above the roaring mass ...