Argrove Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... open before finding shelter in the bay of the North Island. We floated into Wellington which boasted houses rising high in the lush hills. Retrieving our luggage and obtaining our new vehicle went surprisingly quick. Before we knew it we were in our blue brand new larger Rav 4 on our way to the City LIfe Hotel. As we have encountered many times during our travels a big event was happening in Wellington, the Cricket World ...
... is served by John and Ann in the conservatory, with a lovely smoked fish dish to start and venison crepes for Pete and I, with chocolate pudding for dessert. We go easy on the wine, as we have a big day ahead tomorrow. Our fellow guests are a couple from LA, plus a couple of mums from Mosman grabbing a few days away. Paul serves some of his Glavya liqueur afterwards as we decide we need the bottle for water! Ah the ...
... The city lay inside a surrounding mountain range and small houses were built on its edges. As we ventured up a hill to a nearby shopping area I gazed down upon a crystal clear lake which glistened in the afternoon sun. Promptly we made our way to MacDonald's as we needed to use the wifi. I have graced many MacDonald's during my 28 years, but never before had I sat amongst such beauty whilst eating a Big Mac. Traditionally MacDonald's are located in the worst parts of ...
... fact that we were camped about 5 metres away from the shore line as it was so dark and wet the night before.
Our first stop today was a place called Pelorus Bridge – a little known swimming spot that is said to have one of the warmest waters on the south island. We actually fully intended to jump in, even taking towels etc. down to the water, but it was freezing! It is still spring here after all so maybe we were a little too ambitious.
... who had shipped their cars to New Zealand for a 2 week holiday (as you do). Very smart cars with a lovely throaty engine noise. After this we did our walk, again trying to get pictures of the small birds who are just too fast for us.
We then set off back to our lodge, as I wanted to try another Montepulciano at Hans Herzog, they are an organic vineyard (there are quite a few here in New Zealand). Apparently Hans is fully in charge of everything, it is ...