Sylvan Lodge Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had some very impressive formations including stalactites that look like curtains. They take millions of years to form growing on average one cubic centimetre every 100 years.
We then headed back to Volcano Valley- this time the very southern end to Tongariro National Park with the three volcanoes, Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe and Tongariro. Geologically the volcanoes are of recent origin, around two million years. They are part of the line of volcanic and earthquake activity that ...
... buy a ticket out I'm pretty sure that's on top of the above mentioned $$$, I need to have medical insurance and my passport must be valid for 6 months after I leave the country. You don't get your visa until you arrive in Canada they issue it at customs. But they may need proof of the above. Any way I need to run away and look at flights and such Cos IM GOING TO CANADA ...
In Hastings we visited two services that provide whanau (family) support. The first of these is at Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga from which a number of services and programs operate. The Family Start program has been operating for 14 years and has a Parents as First Teachers approach. Families that are referred to this parenting support service (or who seek out support themselves) receive visits to the home from a worker, that focus primarily on the child. For the first 12 weeks these ...
... is a wonderful blue. It's easy to run out of superlatives when writing about New Zealand. We scamper around the town photographing any building we pass that we like the look of. We then go to the Art Deco shop and with super-human restraint, I buy only one very small thing as a present for someone else. My original intention was to ask them to ship the whole shop home for us. We then buy ice-creams and sit and look at the sea for five ...
... real nice to drive there.
Anyways, the tour was lovely and he took us to the best icecream place in town, where I had Manuka Honey. It was the best ice cream I've ever had! SO CREAMY and sweet and delicious.
We drove through town and learned about a 1930's earthquake that basically destroyed the entire city and drove up the streams and rivers, bringing the land up, basically making the city ...