Bush Walk Bed & Breakfast Homestay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... our goodbyes to Ma (I’m certain this will be au revoir too - just may take a little longer to get back to Arrowtown than a week!) and she sent us on our way with a lovely packed lunch of homemade goodies of egg and bacon tart and banana cake! Pa then drove us into Queenstown to pick up another car to take us northbound, this time from Apex rather than Jucy. Let’s hope this car doesn’t get dented like the last one! We headed back up the ...
... of backpackers.
Lunch looking over Anchorage Bay is a delightful spot, despite me dropping several crackers spread with cheese. After the long last leg around the bay, noting kayakers up Torrent creek, we finally arrive at Anchorage beach, and I have a well earned swim! Lots of folks waiting for the boat, and soaking up the sun.
Boat back to Kaiteriteri, we see some seals on the way on Adele Island. Then it's the bus back ...
... was interesting as he had worked for a large publishing company and helped universities to move their collections to an on-line presence. There was also a quirky Russian man who kept butting in to our conversation. It turns out that he is a physics professor at UC San Diego, but he had lived and worked in Santiago for 10 years. He was incredibly well traveled and gave us some good advice on where to go for the duration of our trip. We were talking about ...
... our hostel was. We didn't get to see any seals but I did see a dog on a standup paddle board and what is apparently Shania Twain's house.. Kaiteriteri was very beautiful and the weather was so nice we wished we'd had extra time here, but with the buses being so busy for xmas and new year we were under pressure to stick with out original ...
... as a cricket pitch.
After the hike we went to check out this neat place called the Free House. The building is an old church that has been turned into a bar. The neat part about this place is that they have no ties to any one single brewery. This means that you can try a wide range of beers and they do quite the job of encouraging you to try almost every one of the 13 beers that they have on tap at any one time. Since Nelson is the craft ...