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‘Wonder View Inn’, ‘Bar Harbor’ (Maine) — Where We Always Stay When We Go To Acadia National Park.

by Anura Guruge


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A wonderful place. We wouldn’t dream of staying anywhere else (unless they are closed for the Winter, as was the case when we went up in March last year). That we have stayed there 8-times and are already planning to go should be endorsement enough. It has a palpable, upbeat but soothing atmosphere. You feel ‘on-top-of-the-world’ and it isn’t just that you are high up. That helps.

You can’t beat the location. You can be within the Park, on the famous Loop Road, in less than 2-minutes! Ditto for the Hannaford’s in Bar Harbor. Extremely friendly, obligingly and pleasant staff. We now consider many of them friends, and they us. We look forward to seeing them.

It is not the height of luxury and parts of it show its (considerable) age. But the three rooms we have stayed in have been very comfortable, more spacious than normal and commanded compelling views. And all the rooms, moreover, come with a fridge and microwave. But, you don’t have to worry about making your own breakfast. A ‘buffet’, DIY hot breakfast is included. We always start our day with that. Oh, did I mention the HEATED swimming pool that I make use of, much. Plus. this year they have upgraded their Wi-Fi (which was never that bad to begin with). So, that was an added bonus. Fast, reliable Internet.

You have to check it out. Yes, we have only stayed in the more (maybe most) expensive rooms — but they have, nonetheless, still been affordable and competitive.

Unreserved kudos. Stay in one of the refurbished rooms and you will love it.


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by Anura Guruge

‘Haka’ By New Zealand Airport Workers To Greet 2015 Rugby World Cup Winners At Auckland.


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Samoa Haka from 2015 World Cup.

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The Airport Haka. Very powerful, well choreographed and brilliantly executed.


The New Zealand All Black Haka, for the Aussies, at the 2015 World Cup Final (last Sunday)
IF you haven’t seen it. I have watched it, with glee, about 6 times.

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