Owhanake Bay Estate
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... until the right time presented itself.
In Auckland, we stayed with one of Lloyd’s old London housemate’s (Tim) mom, Mary-Anne. She and her husband Neil showed us a great time. They are into hot rods (old motorcars) and took us to a Saturday morning show. Their 2 cars were also on display. One of them has small silver skulls on the gear shift and door nobs. Very hardcore. The car show was great fun, with a live band playing golden oldie music ...
... HP laptop (now fixed!)
Named highways driven: Alpine Pacific Highway, Treasured Pathway, Southern Scenic Route, Pacific Coast Highway, Volcanic Loop Highway, Forgotten World Highway, Thermal Explorer Highway, Twin Coast Discovery Highway
Best radio station: Huaraki (easily!)
Best new sport discovered: Disc golf (5 courses played!)
Total distance driven: 6586km
New Zealand is a country we were in love with before we ...
... doctrine of the Mormon Church has given up the idea of that mysterious planet where all true Mormons will be carried to when they die…
By 6.30 pm we managed to get our suitcase checked in, and be admitted into the lounge. Peace and quiet finally thanks to a helpful Singapore Air employee!
So now what? Well, it’s almost 20 hrs now, free food and wine so we were reading again, used the computer to update mails etc, no ...
... stopping for a long tramp along the beach and through what I like to think is our first jungle (it wasn't). We also dropped in on the Waitangi Day celebrations in the local town-basically New Zealand's national day, but left when we discovered there to be a severe lack of the Hangi that was promised (a Maori dish) and opted for fish and chips with a sea view. So about these kayaks. Below you will find some very keen photos of ...
... and in 1841 they established Auckland's first school of any sort which held its first class on 27 September 1841. By the time the first Fencibles arrived in 1848, the rebels in the north had been defeated, so the outlying defensive towns were constructed to the south stretching in a line from the port village of Onehunga in the West, to Howick in the east. Each of the 4 settlements had about 800 settlers, the men being fully armed in case of emergency but spent ...