Aubyn Court Spa Motel
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... also had a pond with some giant eels which were free to come and go, which they fed. We continued on to Waitomo Caves on the Te Anga Road to see the glow worm spectacle. There were various adventures available from Black Water Rafting to Cave Diving etc.. We chose the quieter guided tour and boat ride. Our guide was not very informative but the cave was beautiful, but not on the scale of Cheddar Gorge Caves which have more spectacular stalagtites and stalagmites. These ...
... fishing net. At the centre of the net is a heart shape with the words Be Strong, Aim High, Be Courageous in both English and Te Reo Maori. There are also 4 baskets in the net surrounded by a number of mussels and shells, each with words on them. The philosophy was developed with teachers, whanau and children and the words on the mussels are what they said is significant to them about this centre and what they wanted to see included in the philosophy ...
... the wild bird life as the population is recovering.
Stoats, possums, rats, and dogs have contributed to the decline of the bird population. Possums are also a problem rodent here, such as our raccoons. There is a bounty for them , and also their fur is used and combined with merino wool to make beautiful knitted socks, mitts , sweaters etc. Very pricey but boasts about the benefits of this fine combination. (soft, absorbent, non smelly, breathable)
We voyage to River Valley today; an incredibly isolated cabin in the deep valleys of central North Island. Sheep and vegetation abound. Some white-water raft, but I've ticked off that old box. And it's raining very heavily. So we play poker by the roaring fire hustling the noobs. The men do at least. The women play ...
... than his five foot ten. In the end the giants 24 cm reach advantage did him in and Tua lost the fight in a unanimous decision. After the fight we drove down to the harbour that was minutes away and soon after boarded the Bluebridge Ferry to cross the ever so rough Cook Strait. Now I'm sitting here, Jenn is sleeping beside me on the bench at four in the morning trying to write an entry that makes sense and doesn't show how tired I am.