Antria Boutique Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pretty nice beaches and architecture too. People are bulshy but also very flamboyant, and they just ooze style in the cities. Marty really enjoyed the wine and I love their desserts. GREECE & MONTENEGRO The Greek islands were stunning, food is great and we found them to be very welcoming people. I'd love to go back and spend more time here, the water is so clean and warm, great for swimming. Things we found the hardest were: - ...
Feeling better than I deserved (probably due to the same day hangover) I woke and joined Ry, Mom and Doug in packing up and then starting the morning drive to Picton to board the Inter-islander ferry. We returned our Rav 4, boarded the ferry and wave goodbye to South Island. We cruised through the Marlborough Sound with lush green mountains dipping into the ocean. We felt the massive rise and fall of the waves in the ...
The summer days spent driving through such sublime beauty were still young and I cherished the freedom the van (and Anna) had given me. Simple things such as the sounds of the birds and the smells from the surrounding farmland seemed heightened during those days and I worried that entering a city may bring an end to such simple pleasures; but neigh my friends this was not so.
As we entered Queenstown, I felt as though I had come to the elven Kingdom ...
... we're still on holiday! More supplies was the first thing to get, so we headed for the nearest supermarket where we dutifully stocked up the fridge, cupboards and boot. We also happened to purchase New Zealand's favourite snack/confectionary - the pineapple chunk - which isn't as healthy as it sounds as it's a pineapple flavoured marshmallow covered in chocolate! So what's not to love? We then decided to check out the town - Blenheim. Whilst looking at the shops, we called into ...
... a wonderful art museum in a lovely 1908 building, Aigantighe, pronounced "egg and tie"("at home" in Scottish Gaelic) We saw a wonderful painting of a Maori chief by the famous artist, Charles Frederick Goldie. There were other paintings by other well known New Zealand artists. Afterwards we visited a quaint old ale house which used to be a brewery. We leave Timaru with the aid of the pilot and other tug boats as the entrance into the port is very narrow. Next stop, ...