Comfort Inn Kauri Court
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... it was my first time without one.
Finally I walked, trotted, cantered and did some little jumps. It was sooooooooo
funny! And I love the feeling on the horse, for example how your legs fell his stomach.
And Sam and I had fun, fun, fun. After dinner I rode Elmo back to his paddock (no
saddle), and Sam opened the gates for me. When we returned to the yards I did
the same for her.
... We had been travelling around the South Island for about 2 weeks. The population of the whole of NZ anyway is less than London and on the South Island not even a quarter of that population live there. So you can be driving for miles before you see anybody. Now imagine turning up in Wellington (the capital) on a Friday night, and add to this **** weather...now you can probably imagine what we thought..."take us back to the ...
We went to the museum which was an old bath house that used the springs to fill the pools and people were subscribed two weeks of having treatment until it started to be proved that it had no effect so it shut down and later on it was turned into a museum. There was a room that was on a person that did amazing wood work thing including lamp shades out of one shape. After wards we went for a walk and it was very stinky as we were walking along the sulphur ...
Well back to Jordan and Jenna's in Lyall Bay, for a needed rest!! One day we did a local hike to keep prepared for our next big tramp in the South Island in approx 1 weeks time. Due to the hilly countryside, there is no lack of challenging walks or hikes along with pretty views and lookouts.
We decided to spend a day in Wellington again and take in some of the cultural highlights and wonder down along the seaside wharf and city ...
... up. Over the river and a hill loomed in front of me; from the map, the university was either up there or behind it, but I was cut off from it by a main road and fencing. To the right, cows of several varieties looked curiously as I passed - part of the university dairy. After another kilometre or so, though, a path to a park opened up on the left, and suddenly the view was all rainforest rather than roads and potential green pathways. Pausing to allow the two girls walking ...