Barringtons Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were spued out with a bit of power behind them ! This volcano doesn't do Lava it spews out rocks which weigh quite a bit and when they hit the ground with force they bounce and make their own mini craters so you don't want to be in line of fire when they erupt.There is also a webcam ( Matt grace and phoebe check it out whiteisland.co.nz there should be a link to the webcam ) monitoring activity as well. The guides also feed back if there is anything unusual happening. ...
... than a large family - what started off as an easy trip with just towels has now morphed into towels, beach chairs (it is official - we are getting old), an umbrella, cooler, boogie boards... on the upside, lugging all our stuff down to the beach is helping to lower our extremely high blood pressure - which we have developed thanks to swallowing gallons and gallons of seawater as we figured out how to boogie board.
hope everyone is well! x
... the fire were also spilling water (eggy-smelling water, I might add) on us as they flew over to drop the water on the fire.
we have made progress in the friends department; after all of our strategizing and plotting, turns out all you need to make friends is mexican food and beer. I think my new friend might secretly be trying kill me by taking me on the toughest running trails I've ever done, but aside from ...
... our advantage and live our secret trailer-park-trash dream (non North-American readers might not understand this dream) by deciding to purchase patio furniture and use it as indoor furniture - I bet you all are sick with jealously right now. Our marriage depends on the patio furniture not being flat-packed.
On a more positive note, our Japanese car continues to be a source of mystery and surprise; Daryn has recently discovered that ...
Following 27 flying hours, the worlds most expensive breakfast at Dubai airport and possibly the most desperately needed coffee in Melbourne, we arrived in Auckland. Given we had been awake for roughly 40 hours, we did the only thing we could manage - buy some beers and sit in the hotel room, staring vacantly at each other, wondering how we were going to get my skinny-jeans off now that the I had fully poofed back out to ...