Comfort Inn Kauri Court
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... be kicked. No Good! Warriors win! Again Mark nailed it and it was down to the last game, the Grand Final. The Canterbury Bulldogs VS the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Mark had the bunnies win by under 12 points. Good, close game, but not as good as the juniors. On the first play a Rabbitoh's player fractured his cheekbone but stayed in to play the entire game. Sydney was holding onto a slim lead heading into the final eight minutes, before exploding and scoring a few tries to kill ...
... and survival of Maori language, customs, traditions and culture. The building is quite extraordinary and its design is a testament to a collaboration between the architects and the founding members. The design drew upon Maori and Reggio inspirations. There is no sign saying this is a school, instead the entrance to the school is a contemporary version of a traditional Maori gateway to a marae. The roof line of the building represents ...
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Up at 5;30am to catch the sunrise ,slowly and magically illuminating Mt Doom! Just breathtaking, the whole experience.
Well feeling rejuvenated and ready for our 2nd big day!. After aprox.4 hours of tramping we reached the base of Mt. Doom.!! We removed our packs ( approx. 35 lbs each) ( as taking them up this steep ascent was not an option!!!! Feeling rather light after removal, and ...
... tourists as cash cows, this may be true for some people but is definitely not the case for Deb and me. I always consider how long it took me to earn that money and that if I have already paid for a service then why am I expected to pay for it again. To sum the wedding in Greece was great and the trip to India was worth it. Although I didn’t achieve spiritual enlightenment India was defiantly an education. Also, it is possible to travel the world with 7kg of hand ...
... of season) we went to the i-site to seek advice. The lady there informed us of the towns highlights that included an agricultural museum and an art exhibition. I managed to drag Pete to the latter! He was not best pleased! Alas, there were some pretty benches and lamp posts so he grumpily let me have my moment :o) Back at the campsite (in the sticks), Pete cooked us up some tuna and sweetcorn fritters as we hung out in ...