BEC Luxury Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Blenheim
... the creators of lots of Lord of the Rings (and other movie) props and costumes. We took a tour through a part of the workshop, and while we didn’t see much actual work in progress (most of it is kept under wraps) it was a very insightful experience into how much time and dedication goes into creating those realistic looking orcs!
Wellington is also known for its ...
... Looking harmless and cute in their surroundings, we all jumped out of our skins when an aggressive male took to chasing us off the beach with teeth barbed and a loud growl when George attempted a close up photo. After Kaikouro we set off on the long drive to Picton. Finding accommodation close to the quay we then sought food from an Irish bar, run by a Californian and ate freshly baked pizza whilst drinking Guinness and listening to live music. Rounded off the day ...
... blues. And guess what? It wasn’t even that hard. I started by deciding to stop overanalyzing everything and look at the facts. (Normally, I am guided by my intuition and emotions, not by facts. Unfortunately, in this case my intuition was wavering and my emotions unclear. So I decided to listen to the facts and let them guide me). Here’s what the facts told me:
- There are job opportunities in Blenheim that could allow me to fund the rest of my time in New ...
... and I hooked a Blue Cod. Over the next hour and a bit we pulled out almost thirty fish. Along with the Blue Cod the colourful Maori Chief was the most hooked fish.
Once we had enough for lunch and some to take home, we headed back a few kilometers to a spot closer to shore where Paul could go Paua diving. Paua is a sea snail unique to New Zealand and one of their biggest exports. Their shells are an amazing array of colours resembling an oil slick. We ...
... hurrah). The Sauvignon Blanc outshone the rest, and quickly became my favourite of the day. We also had a look around the cellar, and Mr H played with the two resident dogs, outside.
Our second-to-last vineyard was a small outfit called Isabella Vineyard. And yes, I picked it from the map just because I liked the name. Unfortunately, the wine was awful. I tried 5 different wines and refused a 6th, because they were ...