Portmans Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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1 tablespoon of good company
1.5lbs of great scenery
A teaspoon of good weather
Plenty of good music
Thoroughly mix the good company, great scenery and good weather in a bowl and constantly add good music whilst cooking at 30c for four hours.
Being camped next to a river with it's constant babbling of water hadn't kept us awake. Being parked at an uneven angle such that Kirsty was higher up than me, made it slightly harder, Kirsty often ...
... experience. Mount Ruapehu, Mount Pihanga, Mount Tongariro and Mount Ngaruhou (Mount Dome) are picture perfect, still all active volcanos. I am quite blessed to have a view like that when I open my door! The team is also really nice. I live in a tiny cabin as they call it, more a shoe box, but it’s actually not too bad. The only little disadvantage (or maybe also relief haha) is no wifi! So really living back to basics in the middle of nowhere! Well, ...
... going. I think he said his name was Pete. For some reason he dropped it in to the convo a few times that he had been to prison and didn’t want to travel in case he ended up in a foreign prison. This put me on edge a little bit, but we said our goodbyes and he pedalled off. Maybe 20 seconds later I hear him call out something and as I turned around he said to me “here – I got something you can have for your journey” and handed me a ...
... 20 hours of free child care per week. They also act as an advocate for the child and family (accessing benefits, training, courts, men's and women's groups, teenage groups, etc). They are also responsive to the needs of families and their requests eg, cooking on a budget, shopping, life skills, dealing with domestic violence, etc.The Whanau Ora program also operates from this organisation. All referrals come through 'the one door' rather than families registering with a range ...
... a two-night stay, so we availed ourselves of a Native Park haven in the area, this one at Havelock North, Arataki Honey. The centre was just closing but we were welcome to stay for free in their parking lot overnight, with views of the bee hives and honey factory...it was fun! We stopped beforehand at HoHepa, a community of people with intellectual disabilities who make and sell ...