Birds Ferry Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cool' pool (28 degrees). We also had a blast in the small 'lazy river'...in fact Cathy went around the circuit perhaps half a million times. The day was beautiful and we capped our visit off with a lovely picnic lunch in a very nice little park.
Along the route we saw some amazing scenery, were held up briefly by a herd of cows, and pulled into the Seal Colony Top 10 on the beach just outside Westport by late afternoon. We went into Westport to do a ...
... a lighthouse at the end of it and it was like a memorial for all the people that had been lost at sea. Kind of super depressing. Came back from that and it was time for surfing lessons. Our instructors are the dude that runs it and this super weird dude who wears like homemade pants and a poncho. Like guy looks like he larps during the day and plays dungeons and dragons by night. Turns out his names Tom, he's from the UK and he's chill as **** and just loves to surf. ...
... to have with the bbq. We are in such a massive dorm tonight - 12 people!! We were not the happiest at first, but at least we have a tv in the room so we can watch something on the sofas later. So after the bbq, I think thats the plan! Jonny, David, and some of the boys are currently watching match of the day on David's laptop. But I'm going to go and have a shower, and then Cassie and I are going to go in the outside area and wait for the bbq - CANT WAIT ...
... the sky was on fire. Just look at the pictures. They were taken sitting inside the campervan (I didn't want to get out and get wet). If my photos don't look that spectacular you should see the snaps on Chelsea's camera. Some of them are incredible! Anyway, we found our campsite which was the definition of 'in the middle of nowhere.' We literally had to drive through a forest to get there. Luckily there were a few other campervans already there when we arrived because we ...
... reaching Westport was a placed called Murchison, in which we stopped in the tea rooms. We thought we would try the hot drinks here to see how they compared to the North Island. To be honest, we were both disappointed with our hot chocolates and mocha, however they did keep us warm for the time being. From Murchison, we worked our way down the amazing Buller George. Buller George is one of the South island's longest and most scenic drives. It was ...