The Farm At Cape Kidnappers
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... this but I fail to see any reduction of enthusiasm. We went with Brian and Lynda to the Te Awa winery which was their choice for lunch just to say "thanks for having us". The food was very good and the setting was idyllic under the shade of the trees on the edge of the vinyard. Before we got there we stopped off at another winery for a tasting. It is a good deal to feign interest in their products to get free glasses of wine. I like wineries. We have said our goodbyes to ...
... this obviously worked as Chris claimed he had his best nights sleep since arriving in NZ. Thursday we headed into Hamilton and visited the gardens before making our way to our destination for the evening, Roturua. Arriving in Roturua we became concerned that Harri was getting a bit smelly only 3 into our adventure, but were relieved to discover that the eggy smell was in fact due to all the sulphur in the geothermal pools. We undertook our usual ...
... grown-up took me to my first theatre production called 'the marriage of Figaro'. There were words, just lots and lots of high pitched singing, I think the grown-up said it was called opera. Luckily, there was words of the singing on the screen, else I wouldn't have known what it was about!
With all the girls and boys all dressed up, the grown-up said that she looked like the odd one out!
Till next time... ...
... shear it! Anyway that was only about 30 I turned; Stacey and Doug were shearing over a 100 a run sometimes! We got to Colin's and the cook had made Mark and Trish tea too, fry up! It was so delicious after that day! I would eat a horse if I shore all day, seriously! The boys grind their gear at Mark's and then we head off so we can get an early night. We call in to the BP so Loïc can get fuel. He starts filling up the trunk and asks me to find his wallet then "oh sh*t!" ...
We are here and have an amazing room with a huge jacuzzi bath in our bedroom. We have a balcony too and we look out onto the Pacific Ocean. We have had a long journey made worse by the fact that we thought we were gna run out of petrol. We did not realise that there were no petrol stations en route fm Rotorura to Napier. We spent the day in the Rotorua area at a thermal wonderland an unique volcanic ara. Where a geyser goes off every day ...