Barringtons Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Sofitel hotel so that we could return the car full of petrol. We drove into the covered concourse of the hotel and I was both pleased and relieved that we had complete the long return journey without a car accident. I carefully reversed the car in the hotel concourse Andy heard a district "crunch" as I hit an unexpected prominent marble feature of the hotel wall. We inspected the vehicle and noticed a very small dent in the rear valance. I was ...
... fired or deported. In the end, I figured if you can't beat them, join them; they are definitely my kind of people.
Work is going well for Daryn as well; despite many of you expressing concern at Daryn returning to shift work and having to work 'long hours' (what the remainder of us would refer to as 'a normal working day'), we can confirm he is still alive and well. Now that we've got our apartment sorted (more or ...
... perch on the roof - seriously NZ - no wonder your houses fall down in earthquakes... Luckily for us, my manager suggested just turning up at the few apartment complexes that exist in Whakatane to see if there was anything available. We did just that and miraculously found an apartment had come available the day before - never in the history of man has a tenancy agreement been signed so quickly.
To celebrate not being homeless, we ...
... chicken-smell. Maybe the stains on the carpet were chicken blood... who knows? Either way, we decided to politely decline the delightful property, but would keep it in mind just in case I had in fact joined a cult and chicken-sacrifices were a part of it, in which case we'd be set.
Though house-hunting and learning Japanese so we can understand our car has taken up a lot of time, we have also had a fair amount of ...
... local community. We had driven through it earlier and could see it was very run down. This lodge had the plan of over turning this image. The industry of the area had been tree felling, but this had been taken over by the government and barely any locals were still involved due to industrial improvements. This really showed the impact that tourism can have to a rural area and I really hope that the team there continue to make positive ...