Antria Boutique Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and aahed our way up the east coast, each view better than the last, stopping briefly to take a look at the Ohau waterfall where in the spring you can see seal pups (not today though). We also saw some (more) seals in the sea, and then headed on our way. We reached Blenheim mid afternoon, and after a quick sandwich I of course wanted to look round the town, however having driven north it had got warmer again, so it was now 26 degrees...we did head towards town, down a very busy ...
... the side of the road relaxing, quite surreal really. New Year's Eve night was spent in a pub which was nice but no countdown, only knew it was midnight as the table across checked the time and started celebrating. New Year's Day, I don't think I will ever spend another like this. I went swimming with NZD fur seals. Took a 10 minute bus then a 10minute boat out to the seals to ...
... the side of the mountain so that there was even a sizeable roof overhang. By the way, I forgot to mention in yesterday's blog that we passed south of Greymouth a roundabout intersection with a railway line running right through the roundabout. So depending on which road you enter and exit, you may end up crossing the line twice. See photo.
We stopped at Hope Saddle for some lunch - toasted sandwiches. We finally let Harrison off with a bowl of ...
... day so we sat for a while but not long after headed off to visit some more of Maeve's family. We took the boat over a few bays. I tried some garlic and butter cooked Paua for the first time, which was delicious. Short while after we made another stop to the quaintest Bach with my favorite turquoise blue colored doors. It was a modern spin on cabin living. Some more snacks and drinks later it was pitch black and we hopped in the boat for ...
... small, rather shabby sign that was in a vineyard that obviously grows and sells their grapes to Oyster Bay. So DM, this one's for you...I had a small toast to you with my camera!!
We then stopped by Highfield winery, a very classy joint with its panoramic 360 degree vistas of vineyards, vineyards, vineyards...it has a spectacular bubbly, Elstree, and their Pinot noir was fantastic! Despite being a $48 price tag, D just ...