Bush Walk Bed & Breakfast Homestay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... fuss was about. (They even have the choc pudding on the side of the hostel shuttle, clearly quite famous). My god. It was amazing. You got the biggest portion with loads of sauce straight from the oven finished with a scoop of ice cream. Literally no one speaks for a good 10 mins while everyone tucks in. The whole dining area and lounge was weirdly quiet. So worth the wait, and something I will recommended to anyone we meet on the way who is ever heading to ...
... day. we found out that the road we drove on from the West Coast washed out last night because of the rain, so we were glad to have reached the sunny Gold Coast before that happened. tomorrow will be a good beach day I hope. The amount of produce all over this region on every tree is amazing. I can even see a banana tree a little walk from here. I have my laundry drying in the green house as ...
... told myself I will come for as long as I need to. I already think I've learnt a lot about myself and other cultures and everyday here I'm growing as a person. When I'm satisfied with the amount of New Zealand I've seen I will return home probably in the not too distant future. Everyone will be entitled to their opinions on how long I stick it out for but unless you went on your own to the other side of the world aged 20 then I'd rather not ...
... down hill, but as we were informed, the next hill starts at the bottom of this one, and there is a next after that. We had areas of shade but when they passed it was hot. We had not expected it to be quite so summery although a shop keeper in Nelson had commented that it was their warmest summer for a long time. Large sections of the ride find us surrounded by plantation pines. At one drink stop we notice a worker on a tractor ...
Our next destination in mind, Kahurangi National Park, and the Tablelands. We drove out on Monday, but as we arrived in the area saw a sign that the road to the park was closed. So, taking a night at a local backpackers, we took the night to prepare food and gear in comfort.
Starting out the next morning armed with the knowledge that the road was indeed open, we'd called the parks department and asked, we set out with minds ...