Idesia Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a bad fall and had to be treated in hospital. We had a lovely supper, Glen and Jeanette went to bed and we stayed up a little later. Robert persuaded Richard to stay another day to go to the cricket, the 4th of the one day internationals the Black Caps (NZ) versus Sri Lanka in Nelson; it was a hot day and wonderful for cricket - NZ won. No matter as I could get up to date with blog! The next day we depart south towards ...
... a beautiful day. It was about a 10 minute walk. It was a windy day so sand kept flying into our faces but I managed to get a hint of colour. Whilst we were there these Chinese christians came to ask us about our beliefs, it was a bit weird but we enjoyed talking to them. They definitely were not converting me and Noel. We spent a couple of hours down down the beach, there is lots of kite surfers out. We walked along to the bit where dogs are ...
... have passed by so quickly! We had a lovely evening spent catching up with Sarah and getting to know her other half Eric, before returning to the hostel to rest. Before getting ready for bed Rach screamed to see grasshopper like creatures on the wooden table beside the bed. Nathan quickly came to her rescue and got rid of all that were in sight. Then it was time to sleep. Rach hid under the covers to protect herself from any other hidden ...
... our impression! Col dubbed it the Bad Taste Trail .... maybe we will come back and try it again on a sunny day when the tide is in, as we don't like to run down these tracks where councils and no doubt many volunteers are trying to attract people to their towns.
OK, we are off for a walk along the waterfront now - between showers. So glad we brought a few winter clothes and wet weather gear with us. We ...
... and we saw many tributaries running into the Buller River. Murchison itself stands at the confluence of the Buller River and the Matakitaki River and is known as the white water capital of New Zealand. We continued on turning off Highway 6 onto the Motueka Valley Highway which follows the Motueka River as it winds it's way towards the sea. As we neared Motueka we began to pass apple and kiwi fruit orchards, ...