Cottages On St. Andrews
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Arrived in Havelock North yesterday afternoon. We met up with some friends from Tattingstone (David and Rita Wood) who are staying with their daughter ( Helen) and son- in- law (Mark) and their children Sophie (6) and Harry (4). I thought I should give you the list of cast members in order for you to better understand how we were able to freeload ourselves onto such hospitable ...
... hot). It is OK. The clientele are retirees, a group of corporate-looking Maori having a business lunch, and the requisite young German couple. I have seen several other campervans today. This is good, it means my odds of being beaten to death tonight are lower. Nevertheless I still have my stick. Mr Germany has a large arm tattoo of tribal designs from the Americas. Wonder if he will be adding to that in NZ? The café bathroom is on tank water, a sign says “Attention ...
... hours long instead of 2. Well actually it lasted 6 hours. The scenery was stunning, snow capped mountains and literally driving through the four seasons- snow, sun, sleet and rain! We stopped to photograph some eagles munching at some road kill and ended up in Napier at 4pm. Our campsite is amazing- games room, cinema room and this mahoosive cushion that you can bounce on and it's better than a trampoline!!! We headed to ...
... drive to Taupo. We stopped and bought some Valentines which are a cross between an apricot and a nectarine. The guy was originally from Scotland and had come over with his parents as a young boy on the assisted package in the 60's.
We booked into the De Brett's campground which has its own thermal mineral pool and as pensioners we get in for 2 dollars each.
... so she would imitate the shearers as they shore, copying each blow of the hand piece. She looked like a mad person, like, actually mad! Then she did some tap dancing which I completely ignored as I didn't want to draw any attention to her weirdness. Then she pretended to play the double bass, with her broom! Crazy woman! We finally finished at 5pm having had to cut the shed out. The farmer said there was 690 lambs, turned out to be 781! 15/01/2014 Today we're off to the brother of ...