Ambleside Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the beautiful Buller river.
I think it was about 3pm and the rain had eventually lost track of us.
About 5pm we arrived in Kaiteriteri which is in the Abel Tasman National Park on the northern coastline of the South Island.
Pre dinner drinks relaxation, followed by a great shared dinner prepared in the park kitchen was way better than last nights, which we paid money for and then we enjoyed more New Zealand wine.
... and adventurous phase, and the transition into the NZ Old Boy. Now though, I feel like the Grumpy Old Man; prone to mood swings, more joyous than ever at times, and yet at others struggling to see the sunshine.
I think, despite everything, despite all the change and development I and no other could deny that I have undergone since leaving my drab existence in the UK, I still remain a creature of fluctual and unstable mood. Perhaps I ...
... Matt a drink in order to drink it himself because he has been barred. After this underwhelming Wellington experience, we headed for our long awaited fish and chips at the Mt Vic Chippery. You choose your dish in five easy steps.... 1. Choose your fish (five varieties today including Snapper, Kingfish and Butterfish). 2. Choose your batter (tempura, beer batter, Parmesan-herb breadcrumbs or grilled). 3. Choose your fries (curly, hand cut, wedges, sweet potato). 4. Choose side ...
... bed but then it turned into a serious hike. It turns off into a steep single track where you have to navigate over tree roots and rocks. It was like this for about 45 minutes and wound its way through thick forest up the side of the mountain. No one warns you about this at all! But a few pints of sweat later we had made it to the caves. They were very dramatic with large stalactites hanging from the ceiling and the cave just dropped into darkness. Like most things ...
... we almost didn't have room for dessert! I made the Kiwi favorite Pavlova. Unfortunately, I didn't get to the grocery store in time and all the Kiwi fruit was gone. So I made an Americanized Pavlova with strawberries and blueberries. It was light, refreshing and delicious.
We had beautiful weather, so we spend most of the day out on the porch. It was an amazing, and very different Christmas! One I will never forget, and always cherish.