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... call her this which makes it funnier. The hostel typically ran out of dorm rooms so the only other option for rooms was the 'orgy' room which was basically a 32 person room with bunk beds 10 beds wide. I really didn't want to sleep in a room with 31 other bodies for the difference of a couple of pounds. Inevitably though Daisy and I pulled the short straw and ended up having to sleep in this room. It was atrocious. So atrocious we had to laugh. ...
We were in one of Nes Zealands lovely wine regions. Russell is quite surprised and delighted with the many many NZ wines that are available and there are various areas of grape growing areas throughout the two islands. Napier is on the east coast of the North Island , and is a very picturesque area. In l931 a significant earth quake caused the land to rise from the sea and therefore giving this area, acres of more useable agriculture lands. ...
... all the way to Levin before deciding to stop driving. We picked up a couple of pizzas from pizza hut, and headed for the campground where we made our bed, and watched a movie while the pouring rain pounded on our van. It was nice to have a relaxing evening with dinner and a movie. After all of the driving, it seemed like forever ago where we stopped and just relaxed in the camper (even though it was only 2 days earlier when we were outside in the sun enjoying ...
... We came off the ferry (after sitting waiting for about 45 minutes), and headed north towards Palmerston North.
A particular fascination for me is the fact that the Wellington North Motorway is built on a major faultline. The last major earthquake to shake Wellington was in 1855, caused by the rupture of the Wairarapa Fault along the eastern side of the Rimutaka Range. During this event, the whole Wellington region was ...
... was the poorest one we stayed in but we were hankful to settle down for our last night in our bed on wheels.
Bert 2, Burt 1 being in Invercargil, different spelling too!.
Left Dannevirke by just before 9 am and made our way to Hastings, then stopped for coffee in Napier. Proceeded on to Lake taupo, pretty spectacular spot. Coffee at Macca's and then the last 80 k's ...
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