BEC Luxury Lodge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... a t-shirt, a long sleeve t-shirt, like two jackets, his rain coat, gym shorts and jeans. I didn't go to that extreme but I threw on an extra jacket and some shorts under my pants. Turns out Andy is checking a bag and has extra room so all that was unnecessary. All of it was unnecessary cause they didn't even weigh our bags anyway. Erin let me use her fanny pack so I'm rocking that and my safari alpaca leather hat that G-ma got me. It's gangster as. Fanny packs might be ...
... the road. The journey was made more exciting by the numerous seal colonies escaping the waves on the edge of the road that we stopped off to see. After watching the sunset on the raging seas we headed to Donegals Irish tavern to camp for the night. Having heard there was a large open fire Lucy was keen to check it out. After dinner in the campervan we headed indoors to a quirky Irish pub for a lovely glass of wine next to the roaring fire. It felt like real luxury to be warm in ...
... a very impressive and extensive set of traps along the path this morning, with lots of warning signs about the poison, hoping to trap rats, cats, stoats and possums! Well we hope so too! Everywhere we look there are picture perfect vistas of the Sound; the path is in very good condition, and we find a picnic seat for our lunch stop. We arrive at our destination : Cnoc na Lea (hill by the sea) at about ...
... chance encounter that left our mouths agape in wonder at what a small world it is.
There was one other couple waiting in the tasting room while the owner was finishing up some paperwork for a deliveryman that was there. We noticed that they had an American accent and asked them where they were from. Although they now live in Oregon, when they learned that we lived in Denver, they said that they lived in Highlands Ranch for 25 years and ...
... but busy beach then got on the little boat for a lovely trip along the Abel Tasman National Park coastline stopping at ‘Split Apple Rock’ before we were dropped off at Anchor Bay. There is a campsite at Anchor Bay which Andy thought was heaven, Chris’s'idea of hell!!! We then walked the footpath (no roads here) around to Te Pukatea Bay which took around 20 minutes.Whilst surveying the gorgeous beach and scenery on Te Pukatea we heard a rustle in the tree line and ...