Charming Creek Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... although some would take effort to get to.
We headed off for Westport late morning, stopping at Nelson Lakes on the way for lunch. The cockiest ducks anywhere in the world looked like they might actually steal food out of your hand. At one point I thought they were going to launch a coordinated attack, but they seemed to respond to mock kicking and noise. The ducks seemed to live in harmony with the fairly ...
... gave him some variation of a response: an eyebrow raise, a "why would anyone go there? There's nothing to do!", or "hm..okay..." To which he would come home every day from work and say, "I trust you, but are you sure you know where we're going?"
On Saturday we set off. We crossed Arthur's Pass, turned onto Route 6 and drove north to Greymouth where we stopped for lunch at Monteith's Brewery. This is the original brewery! The day was a little chilly but the sun was ...
... This was actually pretty good considering it was free and had a range of things from volcanos to Maori culture to an art gallery. The main attraction was the biggest squid in the world which had been preserved and was still in tact. It was humongous. After the museum, with the weather getting colder, Chelsea decided that she needed to buy herself a new wardrobe. She succeeded in that! Not sure how she's going to fit it all back into her bag for Australia... After ...
... the jetty. En route to Westport we stopped at a supermarket and tried to buy some alcohol for the next days party but the vodka was $50 so that was vetoed. When we arrived at Bazil's we were put in a room with 2 boys from Sussex called Will and Henry, the hostel was very homely with a lounge and tv which we utilised to watch Wedding Crashers. For dinner Suze and I had salmon and rice which was ...
... jet boating down the Buller river. Jet boating is a bit like a speed boat but the boat goes really fast down the river in between the rainforest. The best part of it was when the driver would do 360 degree turn around, so we would have to brace ourselves and he would then spin the boat around in a circle real quick so you got soaked! xxxx