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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the net. Sadly no, it wasn't me! Oh and just so you are all updated. Yes I have burnt and yes my nose has gone through the many varieties of shades of red. I feel like a ripening tomato. My scalp has just about stopped peeling. Just about ready for one more day and then the 38 degree heat of South America will soon be upon me. There is some brown somewhere underneath however. As I post this I wish good luck to Anna and Sarah soon boarding their flight. Get that hostel homey for me ...
... the road from the house. Lovely wines but I was not tasting being the driver. The next day I took June and Iain over to Paihai to catch the intercity bus back to Auckland for their flight to Singapore the following morning. I had another 5 days in Russell exploring the history and sites of the old ‘Russell’ and a visit from my neighbour Geoff and a friend on Saturday, so it was great to catch up with him before he heads home on the 30th January. I headed back ...
... back). Another stop when Margaret spotted wild horses in the dunes. Most people piled off the coach to photograph them and of course one idiot tried to get too close and they trotted off. Our only stop on the way back to Paihia was at a cafe/shop which specialised in carving the Kauri wood. Arrived back at camp exhausted and very disappointed with a trip that had been such a brilliant experience for Sarah the year before.
... with to old guys about my age about politics and politicians and how they are all money grabbing buggers who should be shot, or something like that before returning to the hotel for the three S's. After I'd shaved and showered I dressed for the wedding.
As Sunisa and I walk out to the car it was still raining and blowing a gale but by the time we got to the church ...
... we came across a pretty stone store building, set in beautiful grounds and an adjoining bridge. After a quick stop, we made our way back to our campsite for our evening meal and an evening of Jazz and Blues as part of the Jazz and Blues festival, where over the next three days there will be over 150 hours of Jazz and Blues over 6 venues. We listened to the likes of ‘Blue Monkey Racket’, ‘River Rockers’ ‘Single Coil and the ...