Punga Cove Resort
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... of a mountain near Whangamata for the night. Day 3: We head to Waihi, known as the town with the Heart of Gold, this might have been because of the ****-off massive Gold Mine in the middle of it. We took a jolly informative walk around said Gold Mine, absorbing lots of fun facts (all of which are now long forgotten). Had some sandy sandwiches on Waihi beach and then made our way to Tauranga and Mount Manganui. Thinking that Mt. Manganui was going to be an actual mountain we could walk ...
... Napier. At an initial glance, the tour appeared to take us to many interesting places. However, as we approached the fifth location it became increasingly clear that the term 'prior to the 1932 earthquake, this is where... was' featured heavily. Despite the actual sightseeing being limited we persevered with the tour. We then took a drive up Bluff Hill (which we had been assured had survived the earthquake) to have a view of Napier. Monday ...
... is better anyway so it evens out.
6. Kiwis are amongst some of the friendliest people you will ever have the pleasure of meeting
7. A kiwi is a New Zealand local.
A kiwi fruit is the small green fruit. Don't call a kiwi fruit a kiwi - it causes confusion for everyone involved.
8. Fast food is so ridiculously cheap
I'm surprised everyone here isn't totally obese. You can get pizza hut or dominos ...
... of our trip. After I had bought some things in the gift shop, it was time for the show. We sat back in the comfy reclining chairs and watched an awesome movie about seasons and earth's tilt. Then an employee projected the night sky onto an overhead screen and pointed out some constellations and planets. Once we were down from the cable car, we decided to shop for ...
... saucepans, Charlie on the guitar, me Daryl and Linda singing, and a whole lot of Burbon, and decided that we definitely have to come back.
Early on Sunday morning Daryl drove us to the airport to be sure we got on our flight this time and we waved a very sad goodbye to the Poulsens good times in Christchurch. Arriving at 8am to a beautiful sunny day in Wellington, we picked up our hire car and drove to Oriental Parade to walk along the dazzling bay, buzzing with ...