Clayridge House and Cottages
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... at Kaiteriteri Lodge, where we had put our names down for a double room on the bus and were thus expecting a double room. However, on check in this did not seem like the case. We got told they only had a limited number of double/twin rooms and they were allocated to the people whose name was on the list first or who had rang up and prebooked. The clickboard makes its way round the bus in a systematic way of down the driver's side first and then back up to the driver and where we ...
... the Sahara Desert. We have wandered the Valley of the Kings and the maze that is Fez, Morocco, stood amazed at the sight of the pyramids in Egypt, walked the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem and stood on the Mt. Of Olives in the garden of Gethsemene. There have been and still will be, numerous countries and stories that accompany each one which I will endevour to record for anyone who cares to read about and if nothing else for our ...
... because the canopy kept the sun's heat from penetrating while allowing the coolness of the streams to permeate the air. Being in the cool environment made the trek very enjoyable.
We walked 24.1 km on the trail with more to get back to our hotel...so that's roughly 15 miles of hiking over varying inclines as we made our way up and down hills and in and ...
... driver, jumped into the open area in the back usually reserved for luggage! At least it saved us a walk we thought but then we were informed the waves were too high for kayaking out to sea. He did offer us a guided walk but the whole point of kayaking was to avoid further walking as we were a bit concerned Kath might do like me and take a tumble! It didn't save us a walk as now we had to walk back along the long beach to the Lodge! Barry was not over impressed with ...
... stations in the forest. After briefly contemplating the fact that the way back will be mostly downhill so we would probably still make it, we decided to play safe, turned around and went back to Takaka (no gas stations in Pohara either).
Takaka town greeted us with sun, warmth and rumbling stomachs. Somehow with all the fuss of going to Abel Tasman and refuelling it was already ...