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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... and some roads are closed. An unexpected detour on the road to Waiouri just outside Turangi points us west and we're treated to a journey across a landscape of trees dusted with snow and whitened paddocks dotted with sheep. It's two degrees outside and the chance to have the windscreen wipers flick away a brief flurry of snow adds to the excitement of the trip. In Ohakune we stop briefly for ...
... at Kircaldies, which is a bit like Ballyntynes. Then we walked back to the hotel to prepare for the big night ahead. Once we were ready, we took a taxi to St James theatre. After dinner at a cafe, we went inside. I purchased a programme and a poster of Copelia. After the ballet... It was simply incredible. The costumes, settings, music, makeup... It was sublime. I loved ...
... delighted to get on it, otherwise we probably would've been waiting until after ten for our seven o'clock ferry to leave! We got to see a little bit of the Marlborough Sounds as we left the south island before, yep you guessed it, a thunder storm rolled in and pretty much blackened out the view. We imagine it's pretty beautiful on a good day!
... to Pipiriki where we were collected and taken back to Taumaranui.
After staying the night in a backpackers in Wanganui, we spent our last full day in New Zealand catching up with some of Charlie’s relatives in Palmerston North, and then driving to Lower Hutt to stay with my friend Tracy’s parents before an early morning flight to Christchurch this morning. We are now in Christchurch airport killing time by catching up on the blog, with 5 hours to wait for our next flight, to ...
... an attractive woman dressed in a put together outfit with pumps but they are a very small minority. At the parliament I had seen a woman with an entourage a few times. I had noticed her very unfortunate outfit in particular. She was wearing an ill fitting mint green cotton suit with a straight skirt to her mid knee, black knit top and opaque black tights and low heel pumps...with platinum curls. I remember thinking she needed ...