Idesia Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... objectors and was still going strong. Everything sold in the cafe is produced by the commune. We ate goat curry for the first time ever and it was delicious.
Late afternoon was the beer tasting. Our first stop was the Moutere Inn, in the fruit growing area of the Moutere valley, started by German settlers. The village was called Sarau and at one time everyone there spoke German. Established in 1850 this was considered the oldest pub in New Zealand. As a ...
... the weather in Nelson when we landed was a beautiful crisp sunny day with 12 degrees. We picked up our ute and did a quick shop for groceries and had a quick bite to keep us going before heading over the hill for home. Jet lag or something kicked in for me real quick and we had to stop on the way home as we were both knackered and I was feeling real crook. Got home, unpacked the groceries and then I hit the bed for ...
... the walk to be as stunning as it was having no knowledge of the Maitai Valley. We started off with alpine tree covered hills, walked on the edge of a beautiful golf course, over small streams then through pine tree woodland before reaching the edge of town which was beautiful in its own right. Here we came upon some parks where groups of kids were playing cricket in the spirit of that evening’s Cricket World ...
... had a cool, cosy ski town feel, and we spent a few more days here than most on the bus did, taking part in the free walks, a horse trek and spending time chilling in the inclusive hot tub. Our evenings were spent having drinks at the cool hostel bar, including the buzzing St Patrick's day evening where there was green beer for sale. Although we were enjoying having a base in Franz, we were looking forward to our next stop, the famous Queenstown, New Zealand's adventure ...
... Again all of us but especially Ryan and I were really excited to enjoy my mom's cooking! We spent the evening revealing our competitive side as we played the card game Wizard. We were sure it would be a runaway win for mom by her bold bets and calculating giggles. While she maintained a comfortable lead for most of the game, I claimed the win edging out Doug by just 10 points! We headed to bed early so Ry and Doug would feel fresh for their morning tee ...