Clark Point Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... along with coffee. Common Good also offers homemade oatmeal, and fresh juices, but who can pass up hot popovers with house made maple-butter, cinnamon-butter, fresh raspberry and blueberry jams!! Eating these puffs of yummy goodness brings us immeasurable joy and all of this is enhanced by the community sing-along while breakfasting. Again, all of the wonderful food items described are offered to the public for free. All they ask is that one makes a ...
... able to say that I can still count on him for his patience, his presence and his understanding. He makes fulfilling these life long travel dreams easier for me and for that I am such a lucky gal! So soon to be on the west coast and a few hours to stretch my legs for the long, long haul. I loose a day but have allowed myself a day in Christchurch to regroup, or sleep, or eat or drink before I meet up with the group on Monday morning. Will write again soon and love to ...
... put iron rung type handles into the cliff to help you over ledges and at one point, there is a brilliant wooden step bridge. I led and James sure footedly followed every step, Robert followed on and Phil at the back. We really do have two little rock monkeys or mountain goats. At no point were we or they worried, they took it steadily and surely and were brilliant. Robert had a wee wobble about 100 metres from the top as ...
... to have a complete chill afternoon, making use of this wonderful house, so we spent the afternoon sitting on the deck reading and watching the world go by on the sea in front of us. The bottom of Somes sound here is not overly busy , but there is a constant to-ing and fro-ing of lobster boats, fishing boats and lovely sailing boats. A nice chilled glass of wine and a lovely afternoon. It is nice to get out and about, but nice to occasionally stop too.
... tours we headed up to the lobster hatchery. It was fascinating. Did you know this years hatchlings are a product of 2011 matings. Did you also know a female lobster when transferring her eggs from her back to her tail will only lose 3 eggs in 10k. Wow. And that in the wild the mortality rate is very high they are unsure just how high but they figure of 10k eggs hatched its likely a 20-30% survival rate to 1" and only becomes more periless ...