Comfort Inn Kauri Court
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Penny Castle is an amazing dressage rider. She helps me a lot in improving my riding, and I enjoy it so much!!!
My first Training lesson was at the 28th July but not with Elmo (he went lame right before the lesson), but with ...
... a couple of weeks.
We had a good chat all the way to the Lift station again.
At one time we followed the wrong track for a while and found ourselves at the edge of a 100m vertical cliff, so we had to track back a good while until we merged back on the proper path.
Back at the base of the lift and in reach of a mobile phone mast, I texted my parents that I was back down. I just had enough time to go to the little bar and get a beer to enjoy ...
... papier mache or manequins. The result was either hilarious or slightly disturbing! We passed a paddock with cows with rugs on to add to our astonishment! After a coffee in the cafe we motored on to Hawera in order to visit the Elvis Presley museum which receives a star in the Lonely Planet! It is a private museum owned by Kevin D Wasley, a painter and decorator who has been a fan for 50 years! You can visit by appointment, so we drove to his front door where the ...
The previous evening saw us arrive at a tiny campsite south of New Plymouth quite late, it was pitch black, thrashing with rain and wind and we were just glad to go to bed! Despite this the morning surprised us with bright sunshine, and emerging from the campervan we realised we were literally camped a stone’s throw from the beach. A quick breakfast and a few evil looks from ...
... enter different arrid terrain and leave the rain forest and damp West coast. Always spots to pull over and enjoy beautiful vistas. One was Lake Havea. Arrived in Wanaka , on the edge of lovely Lake Wanaka. Our B&B 's backyard had a lovely view overlooking the Alp Mountains.
After some fish appetizers at a local pub we did a short hike up the local Iron Mt. Again some magnificent views of Lake Wanaka and the mountains. This small hill was ...