1. Freedom camping is now illegal in most towns.

We only discovered this once we arrived in New Zealand, we were under the impression that it was the best place in the world for camping- but we were wrong! Unfortunately many other campers have abused the system in the past by littering and dumping anywhere and damaging their beautiful scenery. So now most “Freedom” camps are closed for good, and many signs are up saying no freedom camping.

2. Locals call Motorhome’s “Road Maggots”

Especially in the South driving in our 7.5 metre campers,we didn’t feel welcomed! We learnt that our nickname is “Road Maggots” that just get in their way on the roads; we had many cars and lorry’s tailgating us, forcing Glen to pull over to let them past. Parking can be a struggle in smaller towns if you have a larger Motorhome leave earlier, or plan your trip accordingly.

3. South Island is less welcoming to campers compared to the North.

We haven’t worked out why this is yet, and maybe we will never know but just we didn’t feel liked in the South Island.

4. Camping in New Zealand is harder than camping in USA.

I know we are comparing two completely different countries here, but our travels in a Motorhome in USA was a lot easier than our trip around New Zealand. USA is fully equipped with dump stations every few miles, where New Zealand has a dump station every 50-60 miles if your lucky. Americans sell their homes, and buy massive RVs to travel in around their own country. So locals in USA are more welcoming to travellers, and you can meet a lot more locals on the road compared to New Zeland.

Our trip around New Zealand was amazing, but I feel we would of learnt a lot more about NZ and it’s culture if we travelled by car and stayed in hotels.

5. All your camper friends will be European or Asian.

Get your language book out, as you might struggle making friends around the campsites! We didn’t meet many New Zealander’s during our travels, or English speaking families. Our children had a fantastic time and learnt a lot from foreign children which I am extremely grateful for. Ellie got her pen and pad out most days, going off to teach all the children English!

6. New Zealander’s don’t wear shoes.

I googled this as I wasn’t sure why New Zealander’s don’t wear shoes- they walk barefoot in the supermarket, shops and streets! Here what I found:

“Culture: In Maori culture, going barefoot means that you connect with nature. A wharenui (meeting house) in a marae (Maori meeting place) is considered a tapu (sacred) place. Wearing shoes inside a wharenui is an act of desecration to the tapu of the wharenui. Our Maori heritage is important and meaningful to all of us.”

More info click HERE

7. Rotorua and many other towns have Maori gangs, that wear different colours.

I am not joking, and I only found this out when another New Zealander couldn’t believe I survived a grocery shop called Pak ‘n’ Save, Rotorua! I just felt like I was in Pitsea Essex nothing different for me!

“FOR a quiet country, New Zealand has a peculiar problem with gangs. It is reckoned to have one of the highest membership rates in the world. In a population of 4.7m, police count over 5,300 mobsters or “prospects” who are angling to join.

More info click HERE

8. You will drive though sheep and clouds for miles in the South Island.

This is quite an experience as you are literally driving in the clouds all the time while you are in the South Island everything looks so beautiful! I have never seen so many sheep in one space before, all dotted up the hills for miles…

9. …And then without warning you will see the most fascinating views.

This is the best part about New Zealand, the huge contrast between green lush fields, and rugged mountains. And it creeps up on you without warning, giving you a wonderful surprise! Even in the North Island you’ll be driving through sheep and fields, and little do you know that over the hill is the most pristine beach you have ever seen! The two don’t usually go together, but in New Zealand two contrasting landscapes stand side by side as one.

10. New Zealand sits on a tectonic plate Fault line.

This is what freaked us out the most about New Zealand- the many “Fault Lines” it has causing all the geothermic activity and many earth quakes. The biggest fault is the East Coast of the North Island, where the Australian Tectonic plate pushes under the Pacific Plate- rather than how they should be- side by side. At the moment there are predictions of a Tsunami anytime soon! Read more HERE


11. There are no Land Animals in New Zealand

I still can’t get my head around this to why there isn’t any land animals here, there are many birds, some of which can not fly but nothing else! I do wonder weather all the geothermal activity and the fault lines have scared them all off!

12. Top 10 Campsites are the best

Top 10 are fully equipped campsites, with full hookups, hot showers, kids playground, other children for our children to meet and play with. Yes I know these cost a few more $ than some of the DOC Sites, but for us Top 10 has been a god send! Nothing like a hot shower, a little bit of WiFi for blog writing and Netflix when the kids are asleep! Click HERE to see their website.




Are you planning your road trip for New Zealand and need some ideas on where to go, and best places to visit in New Zealand in a motorhome? You are in the right place! We have also written about our trip South Island Trip click HERE Take a look!

This travel blog is intended to help other campers travel New Zealand in the best way possible, alot has changed with New Zealand rules and you can no longer freedom camp. DOC camps are available, but do not supply hot water, or electricity just drop toilets. During summer months these DOC camps are full up by 2pm, and if you are travelling with children you do not want to find yourself stuck with no where to stay.

I would highly recommend either booking local familes “Driveways” you can find these on Campmate (download the app on your phone. The next recommendation is Top 10 Campsites www.top10.co.nz they have everything you need from dump stations, cold water, hotwater showers, Wifi, electric hook up, kitchens, TV rooms, bike hire, laundry, childrens park, jelly mountain and of course you can book in advance! If you sign up to become a member you will get 10% off each park you book, and during the Autumn months of May and June they Offer 30% off. For us, comparing the cost of DOC sites (that only offer toilets) and Campermate sites, you are achally paying around the same for Top 10 – sometimes a little more –  but trust me its totally worth every penny!

We have been in situations in the South Island when we have not had anywhere to dump, or shower and stuck in the middle of no where without phone coverage, and I can tell you that wasnt fun! Since we have travelled New Zealand these past 6 weeks we have realised that it is not fully equipt for campers, freedom camping is now illigal in most towns, and we have found it a very hard country to camp in.

So here you go this is our 18 day road trip around the North Island of New Zealand;


2 Nights

Night one: Cuba Street Motorhome Park $35 (campermate app)

This carpark campsite is 1 min walk from the hippy vintage town of Wellington, Cuba Street is full of quirky people, and vibrant restaurants and bars.

We ate at The Flying Burrito Brothers, and a meal for 4 came to $100, which for us was very reasonably priced.

Night two: Paekariki Holiday Park $42 (campermate app)

We loved this campsite because it was full of large butterflies, and each bay is separated by hedges; we felt like we was in the Queens’ back garden! Lots of grounds for the kids to explore as well as a park and a jelly mountain.




1 Night: Happy Daze Drive Way – families drive way $40 (campermate app)

This wasn’t an official Lake Taupo campsite, but we could walk out the back of their garden and see the edge of the lake! Beautiful spot with a beach, and stunning sunset! The family are extremely friendly and have done their fair share of travelling. Our girls played for hours with their children, they are lovely and very sociable – my girls had a lot of fun!



3 nights: Top 10 Rotorua (30% May and June) $148

There are lots to do around Rotorua so we suggest taking your time here, its an absolutely fascinating place; If you can stand the smell (to be fair it wasn’t as bad as others describe – it was like burnt gases) This campsite is a perfect base for all the things to see and do below.

Things to see and do:

Hot Pools at Top 10: Here they have two hot pools that they fill up every day with fresh hot water from the natural geothermal pools, it’s a bit smelly and green, but is ment to be good for your skin and its very relaxing.


Wakarewarewa Forest, Treewalk: www.treewalk.co.nz This is an absolutely amazing 700 metre long tree walk in the Redwood forest, that consists of 28 suspension bridges for you to walk across from tree to tree. Redwoods are known for being gigantic, these are only 100 year old are not even fully grown yet, but still HUGH! We booked the Redwood Treewalk +Nightlights which was out of this world! You get to walk along the tree tops after dusk when they light up the trees with beautiful lights, and 30 lanterns designed by an artist called David Trubridge. If you would like to see them in the day too, and you have a campervan maybe try what we did; park up at 4pm walk into the forest  (free to explore the forest next to the treewalk) go back to cook your dinner, and then walk across to the treetop walk after sunset!

Wakarewarewa Living Maori Village: www.whakarewarewa.com This for us was an absolute treat, and the best experience of our trip so far! We had a guided tour around the Maori Village, learnt about how they live, and some of their family history. It was fascinating to see all the geothermal activity and how they use it in their everyday life. After the tour and Maori traditional dance show, we were allowed to spend as long as we liked exploring the village, which we did! We ate lunch in their café, and we choose pastries and corn that was cooked in their geothermic underground ovens – trust me you must try, they taste amazing! We then took a walk round following the maps to see all there hot pools, mud pools and geezers, which again I highly recommend.




4 Nights: Top 10 Hotwater Beach (30% off May/June) $159

Beautiful campsite 5 minute walk to the Hotwater beach

Things to see and do

Hotwater Beach – This for us was a fascinating experience, and to this day we don’t totally understand why there is hot water under the sand! But anyway, this must be on your list of to dos for the North Island. It will be busy, so get there at the times they suggest, dig a hole and sit in the water that comes up from the ground! It will be hot, so if you have a bucket take it with you so you can cool it down with cold sea water.

Hahei Beachabsolutely beautiful beach, if you go in Autumn you will have the whole beach to yourself!

Cathedral CovesUnfortunately we didn’t get to go to the coves, it was on our list but struggled to get there with the weather, and tide times. I love to go places where no one else is, and capture beautiful photos, so sunrise was on our minds. But everytime we got up at 6am, the rain was coming down hard! Absolutely gutted.




1 Night: Z-Peir $20 for 24 hours (campermate app)

Things to see and do

There is probably a lot more to do in town, but we had to apply for our Visa for Thailand, and buy a few things so we didn’t have a lot of time here. After we finished our to do list, went to a cool place called Great Escape www.greatescapethegame.co.nz If you are brave enough to take on a challenge you can be locked into a room where you have to solve puzzles to escape! We choose “Dreams of Alice” as we had the kids with us, and we didn’t know what to expect! All I can tell you is that there are a lot of surprises, and we managed to escape with 2 seconds spare! Highly Recommended!



WHATUWHIWHI (Doubtless Bay)

2 Nights: Top 10 Whatawhiwhi (30% off May/June) $91.80

Beautiful campsite, close to the beach!

Things to see and do

Fishing: Buy fishing equipment from Reel Rods www.reelrods.co.nz we just bought two different types of hand lines that cost $5 – $10.

Perehope Beach – 2o metres from the Campsite great for Fishing, fishing at high tide is recommended.

Waikato Bay – Double bay full of beautiful shells and warm water, as we are travelling in Autumn we had the whole beach to ourselves and had a fantastic day out.

Karikari Beach – Long white sandy beach absolutely beautiful.




1 Night: Tapotupotu Campsite DOC – $32.50 Beautiful campsite by the beach (campermate app)

Things to see and do

Te Paki Sand dunes – Hire boards from a little van at the dunes $10 each – the smaller dune behind the van is best for kids and they will still fly down the dune quite fast we had a fun few hours here.

Lighthouse – Very spiritual place for Maoris as this is where their loved ones in spirit “leap” into their final journey. This is a beautiful 10 minute walk down hill to the lighthouse.


Meeting of Oceans – To the left of the lighthouse you will see a group of waves, which is the Tasmanian Sea and Pacific Ocean meeting – they do not mix just clash against each other.





1 Night: Top 10 Piapia $52

Things to see and do

This was a pit stop from Cape Reinga to Red Beach – We didn’t plan anything here as we needed a relaxed day, but that is what is great thing about staying at a Top 10, they always have things to do for the kids if you are wanting a chilled day! We spent the day playing in the park, and the beach 1 metre away from our campervan. There are around 20 ducks here, that are not shy, and love to be fed! If you are looking for things to do around the Bay of Islands, there are plenty of boat trips and day trips for you to do around the area.


2 Nights $63

Top 10 Red Beach (30% off May/June) $63

Beautiful campsite walking distance to beach and 30 min drive to Auckland

We have spent the entire day packing up all our things in just one small suitcase, and bagging up the rest of our unneeded clothes, and unused food ready to donate tomorrow at Auckland City Mission!

Things to see and do

We have found possibly the worlds best homemade science children’s museum in the world! You can tell that a lot of thought and hard work has gone into designing this, and is most definitely made with love!

If you are after something to do with the kids, especially if you are world-schooling we would HIGHLY recommend The Science Play Room https://www.scienceplayroom.co.nz Our girls love science, and this covered everything in a fun, educational way for children of all ages! This is an interactive, educational mum and toddler group that will keep them little minds active for hours! There is even a separate locked gate area for small children/ babies aswell as somewhere to make a tea or coffee.

The room is made into many little rooms separated by little wooden walls in bright fun colours. I can’t remember them all but they have: The Body, Bees, Dinosaurs, Magnets, Space, Submarine, Music, Vets, Electricity, Architecture, Air machines, Mirrors, Bending Light…the list goes on!


Spark innovative, imaginative learning through playful experiences.

Stimulate curiosity about the world around you.

Explore science, technology, engineering, arts and maths activities.

The lady who runs it has clearly worked very hard to put this all together, a lot of thought has gone into The Science Playroom and you must definitely take a visit! Please go to the website for directions on where to park for Free.

Here are some photos from our day:

Last Destination is Auckland Airport as we are off to THAILAND for 2 months keep an eye on our blog!             

Top Tip: We suggest planning your route around dump, water stations, and petrol stations and Plan your trip before you go to your next few destinations; Wifi and phone service is very limted.



New Zealand

South Island Road Trip in a 6 Berth Campervan with Kids

We are a family of 4 from the UK Travelling the world, this is our second road trip of our travels and we are in New Zealand; We flew in to Christchurch after a wonderful time in Fiji! We picked up our Maui 6 berth motorhome from the airport, and set off to explore the South Island. For those of you reading from the UK, you will feel like you are still in the UK until you are atleast South West of the Island, and it’s a very strange experience especially if you are in a little day dream and forget where you are!

We have shared our 21 day South Island Road Trip in this travel blog in hope that it will help others who are trying to put together a road trip plan, I have included as much detail as possible, and everything listed below is suitable for families.

All campsites mentioned can be found on an app we recommend you download called CamperMate, and most of our day trips we used www.bookme.nz for last minute discounts – I have also added approx. driving hours.

A lot of our ideas have come from other bloggers talking about their experiences, so please if you have any other information about the South Island of New Zealand for Motorhomes and campers please comment on this blog.


Night one – Spencer Beach Holiday Park Lots of open space, park and bounce pillow for kids

Night two – Fifield Driveway $12  Large quiet driveway perfect spot for a good nights sleep

What to see and do in Christchurch

This was a quick stay for us to get our bearings after a long flight but we went to:

The Antarctic Centre https://www.iceberg.co.nz $149 for a family but we received 30% off from a tourist Magazine

We had the best day here! Had a shivering experience in the Storm Room, cuddled beautiful Husky Dogs, had the most thrilling ride in a Hägglund which we didn’t expect to be such fun! And we finished the day watching a 4D movie! Absolutely perfect and highly recommended.

New Brighton

If you fancy a long stroll along the beach with an icecream, watching the huge waves and surfers this is perfect for you! If you walk along the peir to the end you will also see people fishing have a nose in their bucket to see what they have caught for their dinner!



Night one – The Oval FREE This carpark does get busy, but it is next to a large playing field and a pub Incase you don’t want to cook, and you fancy a bite to eat.

Night two – Cairnlea by the Sea $25 Driveway stay plus Pony ride for an extra $10 We highly recommend this “Driveway” stop! The host is super friendly, welcoming and her home is absolutely beautiful! If you pay an extra $10 she will take you on the most magical horse ride you have ever been on! the beach was out of this world, I thought I was in heaven absolutely stunning.

What to see and do in Dunedin

Otago MuseumDiscounts on Bookme

We absolutely loved this museum! So many activities for the kid, and highly educational especially if you are home schooling. After trying out all the science experiments, don’t forget to pop into the butterfly house at 11am to watch the release of new butterflies. The new butterflies have not had a chance to spread their wings yet so you will be able to hold them for a while! Beautiful experience for the kids.

Otago PerunsulaFREE

This drive is very tight and winding road but highly recommend as the views are spectacular – we managed it with our 7.2 meter motorhome.



One Night: Purakaunui Bay Campsite – DOC Site – $20 2 adults 1 child 1 infant – We highly recommend this campsite, I can not stress enough how spectacular it is! The sunset and sunrise are magical, set up your chair and watch every single colour graduating across the sky! We were lucky enough to get close to Sea Lions too, and we were able to watched them fight and flirt with each other. Purakauni Bay Campsite has to be on your wish list! Tips before you go: No wifi, pay by cash only, long road driving in just keep going!

What to see and do in The Catlins

Nugget Bay LighthouseFREE

This is a must see, beautiful 800 metre walk up hill to the lighthouse, the views are amazing.

Sea Lions at Purakaunui Bay Campsite- FREE

Sunset and Sunrise at Purakaunui Bay Campsite – FREE



Three nights:

Queenstown Top10become a member for $13 to receive discounts on other campsites

What to see and do in Queenstown

 Skyline Gondala Rides and LugesDiscounts on Bookme www.skyline.co.nz

We booked this for Easter so our kids, they loved hunting for eggs at the top of the Gondala and after the hunt we made our way down to the Luges. Luges are go-karts that you pull a handle midway to release and drive down hill, and pull pack to break! The track is just like a go-kart track, but uses gravity – so can go quite fast (there are two to choose from depending on how brave you are) We doubled up so we had a child each, there were younger children riding themselves but I didn’t feel comfortable with this, especially with how fast others go. (I could just about control the luge myself!) Once your up in the Skyline you can also choose from Parachute jumps, bungee jumps for the adrenaline junkies!

All In all we would highly recommend Skyline!

Arrowtown Bike hire from Arrowtown Bike Hire www.arrowtownbikehire.co.nz

Arrowtown is absolutely beautiful especially if you are travelling in Autumn, as the trees in and around the town are turning beautiful reds, browns and yellows. You can park your camper for free, walk into the village and grab yourself a full breakfast from https://www.postmasters.co.nz/ wonderful English cottage pub food is amazing. After breakfast cross the road to the bike hire shop and they will get you ready for your bike ride! The track you ride on is 16 kilometres towards a winery – its upto you if you have the energy to bike that far! We made it as far as the Southern Discoveries Bridge which isn’t far at all! BUT we had Ellie aged 8 riding with Glen on a tandem bike and Maisie aged 4 in a trailer on the back of my bike! Which was HARD WORK, we decided to take the road way back rather than go back up the hill! We were out for around 2.5 hours altogether which for us was just enough.

If you decide to go on a bike ride from Arrowtown book on the Arrowtown Bike Hire link above – if you have joined Top10 you will receive 10% off.

Arrowtown information:





Two nights:

Knobs Flats Campsite $20pp £10 Child we recommend this campsite if you are wanting a good priced campsite to book rather than hoping there is space at one of the DOC campsites – our boat trip was at 3pm so didn’t want to risk not having somewhere to stay late at night.

What to see and do in Milford Sound


Mirror Lakes – FREE

Lake Marian – FREE

Milford Sound Juicy Boat Trip $90 (2 adults 1 child 1 infant) – Bookme for discounts

This was one magical trip and the drive to Milford Sound is probably the most unique experience of all; as you will drive for hours through fields, and all of a sudden the landscape changes without warning! You will be driving in the clouds looking at huge Beautifull mountains and lakes and there will be plenty of places that you will want to stop and say WOW! We decided to drive to Milford a day before our boat trip as we wanted to take our time stopping and taking photos (I would recommend this if you have a day spare). The boat trip itself was something that you cant describe in words, all I can say is you must go and it can not be missed!

Important Tips before you go

  1. Fill up your tank at Te Anau
  1. Make last calls / emails at Te Anau
  1. Empty your toilet waste at Te Anau Marina or Milford Sound as there will be no where else to dump
  1. Wrap up warm, regardless of how warm it is, as you will get very cold on the boat.

-DRIVE FROM MILFORD SOUND TO WANAKA 4-5 HOURS- Stop at Jackson Orchards, Cromwell Apple Farm.


Two Nights:

Glendu Bay Campsite – $88 for 2 nights

What to see and do in Wanaka

Puzzling World – Bookme for discounts www.puzzlingworld.co.nz

Our girls absolutely love a challenging puzzle, so for us this was a must! If you love to boggle your mind, and try out a cool out door mazes this is for you!

Lavender Farm –  Low cost but will only see Lavender in season https://www.wanakalavenderfarm.com/

Wanaka Tree – FREE

If you are going to Wanaka you must see #thatwanakatree it’s a tree that has grown out of the Lake a few metres away from the beach – yes that’s right a tree growing out of water! It attracts a lot of attention from tourists and has had a lot of photos taken! You could say that its quite a famous tree!




One Night:

Pleasant Flat Campsite DOC Campsite $34 2 adults 1 child 1 infant

What to see and do in Haast

Waynes River Safari – https://www.riversafaris.co.nz/

This is one of the best experiences we have had in New Zealand so far, it wasn’t cheap but it was worth every penny! Defiantly wrap up for this as you will get wet and cold, but you will have a trip of a lifetime! The jet boat only takes around 8 people so it is a very personal trip, and is out in the rain forest for around 2 hours. You will seeing beautiful waterfalls, and fierce river rapids while Wayne tells you everything he knows about the rainforest  – you will get some amazing information at each stop. The travel back is very exciting driving against the current, and you will enjoy a few fun turns and drops! Super exciting! One tip – it’s the rain forest and it will rain A LOT! Wrap up very warm with layers and take up their offer of warm jackets they have hanging up – you will need them!

Tips before you go

There is no internet or cell service until you pass Fran Josef, (you might be lucky to pass one or two spots here and there) But plan your stays before you head off, download your CamperMate so you can use it offline,  as well as anything on Netflicks you would usually watch. Once your on your way you will not be able to make any calls or check for stops so have a little plan before you head off that way.

-DRIVE FROM HAAST TO HOKITIKA 4-5 HOURS- Stop at Fox  Glacier for a Photo


Night one: The Woodstock Hotel – FREE The first night we stayed in a pub carpark for free – The Woodstock Hotel. The pub opens at 4 and offers amazing food and self brewed beers (you can try them all on a sample platter) Most nights they have a meal deal and some nights even live music!

Night two: Seaview Lodge and Campground – $45

This was the most quirkiest campsite we have ever stayed in! We chose to stay here as it was a 2 min walk to see free glow worms at “The Glow Worm Dell” You will find directions to this on google maps. Anyway, this place used to be an old Asylum and its open to campers for showering and cooking. We had so much fun exploring inside the building, walking down all the creepy corridors and finding creepy dolls! Highly recommend if you don’t mind somewhere strange to stay and explore!

What to see and do in Hokitka

Hokitika Treetop WalkBookme for discounts www.treetopsnz.com

This was fantastic, walking along the tree tops and seeing the iced topped mountains in the horizon, peaceful and calm. We had lunch in the café after, which was set up for children with a park and outdoor toys. We felt settled here, and stayed for sometime playing badminton!

Glow Worm Dell – FREE –Just a short work with a torch to a wall of glow worms! You have to wait until after sunset to see them.

See Mushrooms on the way to Woodstock Hotel – FREE – Keep your eyes open for red and white spotted mushrooms along the road, I was quite excited as I thought these kind of mushrooms only 🍄 existed in fairy-tales!



Two Nights:

Punakaiki Beach Camp – $105 for two nights www.punakaikibeachcamp.co.nz

What to see and do in Punakaiki

Pancake RocksWe went here twice as we loved it so much! Make sure you check the tide times as its best to go at high tide so you can see the waves pushing through the blow holes! Spectacular and exciting event for all the family to enjoy.

Truman Track – Best visited in Low Tide

Punakaiki Caverns – The tide does not effect the cave

Tips before you go –There are no shops or petrol stations here stock up before you go

DRIVE FROM PUNAKAIKI TO PICTON 4-5 HOURS (quick stop at Nelsons Lake for a Photo)

Do you want to see a Dinosaur tree? 

On your way to Picton you may want to stop at Westport as its the next town to get some Petrol and shopping – on your way out you will pass Buller River. If you look to your left you will see what looks like a dinosaur! This is not advertised anywhere, we are guessing its just a fun find! I may go back and name it Englandsuras…..


Two Nights:

Top10 Picton – We highly recommend Top10 campsites! They are not as cheap as some DOC stations, but with your 10% discount and during May/June 30% off it works out around the same! And for that you get a park for the kids, use of bikes and trikes (some charge some don’t) hot clean showers with music playing! (You May of heard us singing) We paid $20 for 1 hour in the hot tub which was pure luxury and relaxing family time.

What to see and do in Picton

Picton Foreshore – 12 minute walk through the harbour to the main town, nice walk through the town centre lots of nice places to eat. For the kids the Foreshore has a fantastic playground, with a water splash park in the middle for free! Right next to the beach. Highly recommended for a cheap day out while in Picton.


Click HERE to see the North Island

Top Tip: We suggest planning your route around dump, water stations, and petrol stations and Plan your trip before you go to your next few destinations; Wifi and phone service is very limted.


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