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TravelPod Member ReviewsBriarwood Greytown
We are nearing the end of a very long trip where we are staying in 28 different accommodations. This was absolutely the most luxurious that we stayed in from our comfortable private lounge, kitchen , laundry to the beautiful bed and bedroom to the bathroom to die for. Coupled with a warm, friendly and informative welcome from Iain and then absolute privacy. Superb! Would give it six stars if I could.
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after all our concerns re the warnings of cyclone Lusi , we left Picton on the 9am ferry on Saturday morning. We got ourselves a couple of reclining seats in the lounge with superb forward looking views. Marlborough sounds and the Cook straits were as calm as a millpond! although I think they were due more problems on Sunday.
On landing we …
... Taken my Bonines with a lager and fish and chips. Plane is a 58 seat turboprop plane. Haven't been on one of those for a long time! It was a great flight. Smooth take off and landing. No problems with baggage handling and another Wingroad waiting for us at the other end! We found our way to Kirwee without any problems where Colin was waiting up to welcome us! It's a great result to the ...
... repairing. Pool still green even though I have does it several times with Chlorine and other chemicals..! I think I will pop to the pool shop for some advice. Think I will have a practice pack up later today ahead of my South Island trip. Set off on Monday early for the ferry. The rental property is sold subject to contract so we will see how that progresses. If all goes well we should have exchange in 13th March ...
... beach are cafés, a few shops and some quiet bars. Hefty picnic tables look out over the sea and Kapiti island, while the sand on the beach is firm enough to attract walkers and the occasional runner at all hours. Tours to the island, for which you need a permit and to deal with the one (Maori) family who live there, onto a good thing, run from the beach, and I've seen kayakers, surfers and kite flyers setting up or coming in to the beach. If that makes it ...
... for Gray Avenue. Apparently a lady who visited the property a day or so ago will make an offer tonight..? We will just need to see how that goes but I think Mary has been softening me up for a low offer and I'm guessing around $320k.. Update - offer received at $290,000. I told Mary that they are way short of the mark and put in a counter of $340,000 - lets see how that goes, she will pass that on this ...