The Tauranga Motel on the Waterfront
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
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... new and they are renovating the outdoor area too. The location is perfect here so we defy anyone not to enjoy their stay. You may have guessed, knowing us as well as you do, that a tattoo in New Zealand was always going to be high on the cards. D follows many tattoo artists on Facebook and Instagram but there was one in particular who's work he has been admiring/borderline stalking from a far.This talented artist just happens to live in Rotorua, how convenient. All it took was ...
... where we have been for the summer months, on May 1st, and head for initially for Australia (Melbourne) - really where else would we start our trip from? Our travels will take us too: Melbourne, Australia London, United Kingdom Paris, France Strasbourg, France - Canal Boating with friends Germany Switzerland Then finally on to North Carolina in the USA where we ...
... and encouraging, often calling you by name (written on your race bib), clapping and cheering. They had hiked into the forest the night before and camped at their allocated checkpoints, a fantastic initiative by the organisers.
Th descent finally came, but brought no relief, some parts were a clay covered water course, slick and slippery. At other times there were drops of a metre or more, with knee deep mud at the bottom. Or more stairs and damn tree ...
... of the trail we came upon the dragon, spewing smoke.
Now the fun began as we were all hungry at this point. There were stations set up offering cheese, beef jerky, homemade breads. Then there were hobbits that went around and served beautiful pork sandwiches with chutney, or chicken sandwiches, some open sandwiches, all kinds. There was beer and wine being offered, coffee, tea. For the amount of people that ...
... loaded, and with a health amount of stodge in my system I hit the road. 6 hours of winding roads and drizzle later I arrived at Wellington! (I would just like to point out that my hire car has a Bluetooth radio, and I have been devouring audio books whilst driving. I find they kill time and keep me awake on these mammoth Tarmac sessions) So, first problem was finding a spot to dump the Yaris. My faithful friend and automatic mile muncher for the past 10 ...