Gwendoline Motor Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After Auckland we headed up to the Northlands and stayed in Managawhai heads and Whangarei , both nice coastal seaside villages. Then we headed back to Auckland again to pick up our Thailand visas which was a bit of a pain. We then headed down to another seaside village called Waihli, a pretty unremarkably place but the campsite had an outside heated pool ,spa and ...
... in the hot mineral spring waters that supposedly had therapeutic properties due to the acidity and alkalinity of the different pools. Well the rumours must be true, as we left the area feeling both refreshed and relaxed.
We dropped by a grocery store to pick up some food for dinner and spent our evening eating and relaxing while watching TV. Tomorrow, we are looking forward to doing some jetboating in Taupo.
... start so we walk around and take some photo. There is a shepherd performing a show with the dog by directing the sheep to the pen. The shepherd is really proud to mention that the dog is a young star that learn quickly.
The tractor bus came to pick us up and drive us up to the hill. Herd of cow came running toward us like it had all been rehearse when the guide pull out the dry food. Some of the cow even step on the platform of the bus to eat the food from ...
A couple of hours on the coach and I'm in Rotorua, which does have a slight smell of bad eggs but it's certainly not strong like I thought it would be. Again, really nice weather so I walked around the town and also the government gardens, and also bought an ice-cream from Lady Janes which seems popular. Yum. New Zealand does seem very new, clean and neat, and I've not even glimpsed a pothole yet, and the gardens were no different - very neat! There was a game ...
... Redwood Forest and did a nice 3.4 km walk. There are thermal pools of water everywhere around here, it must be interesting trying to build a house here.
Tonight we are going to check out the night market and then tomorrow we are off to Turangi and staying put at the same resort for 1 week. We liked staying there a few weeks ago so that is good. In one week we will be working our way to the South Island