Harbour View Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to a whole new level by asking people to lift me up and crowd surf me through a backpacker bar. Not sure who I think I am but clearly some sort of rock star! We didn't do it for too long but it happen and we still cry with laughter about it now.
We were such a sore sight this morning when we woke, getting in around 4 and waking up still drunk or extremely hungover we had to pack our bags. The whole morning on the coach we ...
... of the Island. We pushed our heavily laden bikes through a walking track and up ...
... it appears they were somewhat vertically challenged. Unfortunately, we didn’t uncover any gold ourselves. A big further up the Peninsula, we stopped at a mussel kitchen. Neither of us had eaten them before, and so we got a pot to share. I managed to just about finish 1, whilst Anja polished off the remaining 18.
Our camping spot that night came with great reviews – it was a winery and free to stay if you buy something. When you get there, ...
... had great fun chasing a seagull shouting “come back here” as she went.
Tonight is our last night in the campervan before we drive on to Auckland tomorrow. It’s been an incredible journey from Christchurch in which we have seen some breathtaking sights and had many memorable experiences. It will be sad to say goodbye to Mighty Britz 2 but we are looking forward to a comfy nights sleep when we reach our ...
I must say, getting involved in the extracurricular school activities has contributed to knocking off a lot of bucket list experiences here. One thing I really wanted to be a part of was some sort of Maori tradition or ceremony (Maori being the indigenous Polynesian people of NZ). Meghan and I were invited to a Powhiri after school today. A Powhiri is a Maori welcome onto a Marae, and a Marae are ...