Cottages On St. Andrews
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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 ...
... was clearly increasing and we could see the snow capped mountains. Little did we realise that after our original campsite choice being closed for maintenance we would find ourselves at the ski resort on the edge of said snow capped mountains. Harri demanded he could not go any further when the signs told him he would need chains on his tyres to carry on! Harri was then tucked in for the night with a light dusting of snow to ensure he fitted in with his ...
... of other wineries on the way!! We got quite excited and bought something at every place we went - James was being very gentlemanly and carried all the bottles in his panniers (no wonder he was sweating)!! Some of the wineries were very swish offering plush restaurants - very European; but others were more rustic and authentic, our favourite being Clearview. Dave, Tracey and the family will definitely benefit from the wine when we arrive in Paraparaumu!!
... is fine but when Ana tells everyone she consumed a bottle of port or part of a bottle last night, all sympathy goes and you decide she actually just has a hangover! So Colin comes all the way out to the shed to pick her up. After lunch we were all really tired; me and Trish became hysterical! We were in stitches on the board and everyone was wondering what we were laughing at. It was so funny, well at the time it was but looking back it wasn't that funny. We were definitely ...
... Pressers; Jules and Ronnie The cockey apparently gets a good price for his wool so everything except dags go in. Simples! Good job because it's one rousie to two shearers. It's a good day; goes quite fast as most of the shearers are all pretty quick. They shear about 560-600 a run. There's 5000 lambs to shear here and then the ewes. The ewes should also be fairly easy as it's like rousying at home; just roll it up and stick in the press! I wonder what's for tea tonight, I'm ...