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... we'd had a reasonable sized breakfast as we slurped our way through the selections, making notes about which ones we liked as we went. It was easy to see why the Special Reserve was so lauded as it was delicious. We'll probably pop back tomorrow before heading to North Island to buy a bottle. We also had an interesting variety that we had never encountered before, a gewürztraminer, which was slightly spicy and apparently very good with curries or ...
... something I spotted a new challenge, across the other side of the bay are some rocks and we had been told that a couple of seals live on these rocks, neither of us have ever seen seals in the wild so I decided we should kayak across, it's only about two kilometres how hard could it be? Turns out bloody hard, the water was a little choppy so we took out a two person kayak, that way me being all big and strong could sit in the back and provide the thrust while ...
... about how that works and why'd do it. I told him I was going to ride to the aviation museum and be gave me a way to get there and it was a must do while here and to get a guide if they had one. I finished up my little coco snack and was again on the trail to the museum. I forgot how when you ride a bike the wind is always blowing in your general direction so it's always not easy but I lived and arrived sweaty but alive. It didn't look like the building was ...
... cafes that close by 5pm (4pm at weekends), the silence of this city gave us the perfect resting point for our jet lag, and to gather a few more essentials for our encroaching trekking expedition in Fiordland which was to follow. Funnily we was able to leave a bag of trekking goodies worth over $250 by the peace bell in the cities beautiful and free Botanical Gardens. Certain that we would not be so lucky to retrieve our belongings as before we went to report them to the centre so ...
... in his life.
Still feeling steady on our bikes we headed to the furthest point – Wainu River vineyard. This is where we bumped into the lady we had seen at the campsite the previous day promoting the vineyard. The tasting was free there but sadly for Alex all but 1 of the drinks were white wine, this didn't stop him tasting them mind.
By this stage we were starting to feel really hungry and flirted with the idea of eating at one ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center