Pauanui Pines Motor Lodge
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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... announce that they are the current frontrunners in the Tour de Mark Gong for NZ's Friendliest Couple.
Day 16 - After a nice breakfast with NZ's friendliest couple we caught the ferry to Te Kouma (near Coromandel) then rode up the west coast of ...
... cut hillsides soon to be replanted and new trees just thirty years old ready to be harvested and replanted again. Growing forests is their third most important industry after tourism and cattle farming. We had a delicious lunch at the Pepper Tree Inn. See picture. Bought a few gifts and drove down the east coast of the penninsula stoping to visit friends who had a gorgeous home on the ...
Waking up to another morning of wall-to-wall blue sky and sunshine, it was time to keep to our promise, and so the girls (and Mike) got to go on the Go-Karts. They had a great time (Alice included), whizzing around the empty campsite on a double-seated Go-Kart.It seems no amount of time is ever enough when it comes to Go-Karting and we were faced with some frowns when the time was up. Those frowns were soon turned upside down, when the girls were told our first stop for the morning was ...
... is the same as ours! Cars and school buses.
33. Do they have block scheduling in New Zealand?
They do, but we do not use it at my school. Just like Manheim Township! I have heard rumors of possibly looking into making the switch.
34. What are some differences in the way they teach math?
There is a lot less emphasis on technology in New Zealand. Without computers in every room or ...
... got to Cathedral Cove it was absolutely gorgeous -- the weather and the cove. The cove seemed a whole lot more spectacular than what we might have experienced on a calm day because of the rough surf. It was cool to have experienced it that way. After the hike we drove down the east coast of the North Island to Waihi Beach, at the southern end of ...