Fairmont Motor Lodge
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... and so Choices began. Today the service provides mothers and families with access to medical staff, parenting support, counsellors, a gym, a baby cafe (a breastfeeding area and programme), and a variety of healthy lifestyle services. Again the service has a strengths based approach and the guiding vision is "services for Maori, by Maori".Choices has also extended to provide a child care centre which we visit later in the morning. This service, under the management of Gladys, has ...
... kahwai which is a good fighting fish so that was a plus. Also on the way back we saw a pod of dolphins again, which came really close to our boat. We also did some trawling on the way back and Sandy caught a few more. We then said goodbye to Sandy who caught the bus down to Wellington to catch his flight to Sydney for New Years. Overall a good day at the beach, starting to think about buying some fishing gear for the lake in Germany! ...
... our curry with a bottle of fanta each! It's a very odd meal; but very fun and enjoyable. It's the last supper with Mick and Laura as they go on Saturday. 19/12/2013 It's a chilly morning; we jump out of bed and get dressed, we have to be at the BP at 6am. Mark picks us up and we have to wait for Jonette to bring some of our rousies and the tucker box but she is late so Mark says we will meet her further down the road. She comes down from Hastings and meets us at a ...
... all go in together. We finish up there and head back to Hastings. Because the boys hadn't got a grinder they had to grind at the shed, so Hef took his pendulums......and left them there! We tell Colin if someone is going there in the next couple of days to pick them up. We get back to the caravan and have tea, it's bacon and egg pie and gravy! Yes, bacon and egg in a pie with gravy! Crazy food! Friday Woke up at 4.30am, got ready and drove to the Caltex in Hastings. ...
... aka Little Spoon and Big Spoon - that's a story for another time).
Although I must say it will be rather strange not watching the Paddle Black's games along the way. I thought the preparation for this trip would be a little less but no... still lots of paperwork involved.
First stop Singapore for 17 hours. Marts and I have booked a Transit Hotel Room for 6 hrs so that he can get some shut eye, then it will be off for a swim and a ...
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