Hacienda Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rabbit holes and dozens of rabbits everywhere, as well as their droppings. This location was the site of the very first International sheep dog Trials held from 1912-2004.
One third of all dogs in New Zealand are working dogs, as sheep and cattle farms are very predominate here. Most farms are on very hilly terrain, and these dogs are a must when it comes time to round them up. There are many hikes and campgrounds that do not allow dogs. This is to ...
... En route, we visited a couple of winter sky resorts where the view was amazing. Tomorrow, we are off to Wellington. One thing I have yet to speak about is the driving in NZ. The only place we have seen multi lane roadways is in Auckland. This doesn't mean the roads are busy. On the contrary, they are so quiet you think you are the only people here. Even the lorries are few and far between. Speak to you from the South ...
... making water kefir drink again – a very stupid thing to attempt on the road. My latest batch is obviously a cracker a,s when I opened the bottle today, it fizzed all over the place – including through the fly screen mesh on the kitchen window. Not the easiest surface to clean up. I am making it in those green Grolsch lager bottles with ...
... Plus lounge, and it was just so worthwhile, Kaitaki Plus offers the most comfortable and luxurious way to travel between the North and South Islands of New Zealand.
Our Kaitaki Plus ticket gave us access to an exclusive, premium, onboard lounge, providing:
- Free internet access
- Sky TV
- Newspapers and magazines
- Complimentary food and beverages. A ...
... on this road. We were starting to get worried.
And what’s the deal with fuel pricing in this country? In Wellington, we were seeing it for $2.02 per litre in lots of places. Now we’re back up to $2.13 per litre and even as high as $2.17 per litre. Honestly.
The beetle seems to have died of hypothermia or he’s found his way back outside. Either way, the night is now silent. I wish I had gloves. ...