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... just after 8pm when we arrived at our amazing accommodation. Chatted with wine until late.
The wind was insane...kept us awake and the next day it was pretty relentless. We tried having breakfast outside, but it didn't work....a wind blown chair knocking the table and sending everything flying!
We were all quite tired after the previous days trip and not much sleep, so we took it easy...visited two wine farms for tasting. At ...
... several hundreds of meters away from him, and even scored an easy ride to Blenheim (23km away) within the hour. Christchurch was still almost 300km further away, and well… we weren’t exactly very successful hitchhikers since we’re still in Blenheim. Even more pathetic is the fact that we actually made it to the next town: Seddon. Now that’s one town I’ll always remember. There is absolutely nothing of interest in Seddon, aside from one little café called ...
... everyone feels compelled to talk to everyone else in public places, regardless of the person's age, sex, colour, nationality or religion.
c. I would also like to express my gratitude towards the two helicopter pilots who patrolled the Greater Wellington area today after and during the strike! They systematically looked for tsunamis and other phenomena germane to earthquakes, thus keeping everyone else safe ...
... work on something else for a few hours (cleaning our house, making a home-cooked meal, or helping in the winery). We ate awesome, home-made dinners every night. Usually a soup made from the vegetables in the garden, then a hearty meat and potatoes kind of entree, and then home-made dessert (cakes, puddings, pies... delicious). Everything was washed down with a couple glasses of our very ...
... a little shop to get fish and chips but it was closed! So after a walk up and down the main street we picked a different little shop called "Go Pukeko and Potato Tornado. It was a very busy spot, so we placed our orders and went for a walk by the water. The food was awesome! I had garlic-butter grilled Kaikoura-caught blue cod, and Drew had the seafood basket. Neither of us could finish our meals, but they will make a nice breakfast ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting