Capri Court Motor Inn
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- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After a breakfast in the unit off cereal, fruit, yogurt and coffee (instant unfortunately), a bus load of us head off to the Skyline Gondola & Luge. Others in the touring party go off in other directions to check out various points of interest around the area.
After taking the gondola ride to the top, we kit ourselves out in stunning …
After breakfast we load up the buses and make the short drive to Smallbone Park to take on the Geyserland Googlies. The Googlies are normally an Over 40's side that have competed in many Vintage Cricket and Golden Oldies Festivals around the world. Today they have selected an over 60's side by including a couple of guest players from other local …
Cookie and I ventured to the Wild Bean Café for breakfast before the caravan packed up, rounded up the dogs and left windy Wellington and headed north for warmer climes. David and Mandy Russell missed their alarms and slept in until 9am - just the time we were assembling in the car park. Looks like I have my first candidate for the stupid hat. Pity …
... br> About all the news for now, we did go to a Kiwanis meeting last night with Mark & Surine, like Rotary although they only meet once a month. Friday week they having a social night Ten Pin Bowling, so that will suit Lona
I should explain the first picture. David Jones is a mate and fanatical Man City fan, so anyone with the facility should copy this pic' and send it to Jonah, it would make his day!!
... over night!
It was a lovely cool, clear morning. Looked like being perfect weather for running.
We boarded buses at 7:45 for the 2 hour trip to the start line. We were to run over the ranges and finish at the lodge where we were staying.
The bus was of the school variety, hard seats and no head rests, and laboured up and over the mountains with a long queue of traffic behind it.
We were dropped off at an intersection, with a 1km walk to the ...