Takanini Park Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Waiting in the AirNZ lounge for our boarding call. There was one call for SQ286 so sent the boys to clean their teeth (a task overlooked before leaving home!!), then pack up their tablets and backpacks then I go to the toilet. Finally leave the lounge and as we are travelling down the first travelator we hear the announcement for Anthony Someone and the Parker family to ...
... by both parties with a hope that if the British government took a greater interest in the country then a greater sense of law and order might prevail. The nub of the problem seems to have been that the version in English and the version in Maori do not match. Now whether this was deliberate chicanery by the British government (all those in favour say I) or poor translation due to the youth of the new Maori language I leave you to judge. Protests have gone on ever since 1840 ...
Everyone rather quieter this morning after the party! Els had her truck windows tinted this morning , late birthday present from Al. Ideal over here as the sun follows you everywhere you drive. We also saw Els on Chippy her horse who is 16 hands which for a slip of a girl like Els is huge. She uses the fence to climb up to get on him. He was hit by a car as a young horse, the children left the gate open. He is a bit tentative but Els rides him ...
... Tawharanui, it was part of a national park which had residential kiwis! It was a lovely beach. Very clear water, with beautiful views. The sand was very soft and clean. There were not many people which again made it even better. We had a picnic and swam and even did some body boarding. We also had a walk down the beach which was also very nice. After a bit of bat and ball and frisbee we headed home. We went to a place called paper moon in the evening for supper. It was at a ...
... Asakusa-bashi). We took the train to Aoto then changed to get onto the Asakusa subway line. It cost about £16 each and took about and hour. When we arrived at Asakusa-bashi we came out at the wrong exit for the hotel and got completely lost. It was dark and cold and we were shattered. A few lovely people helped us out and eventually after half and hour we found it. It is literally two minute walk from the right subway exit. The hotel ...