Ocean Breeze Bed and Breakfast
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... the chairlift as it turned to go back down the mountain. After a swift rescue we were both standing triumphantly at the top of the run. Then fear then set in (not for me you idiot, for Megan) I mean fair enough. This is a big step up from the small hill they use in the garden but unfortunately once you’re up, there is only one way down, despite her merely 2 minutes before attempting ...
... is where we started our drive on the Pacific Coast Highway. We stayed in Tolaga Bay Holiday Park (which is one of the many private camping organizations in NZ that have holiday cabins, trailer sites and tenting sites). Really a good way to see NZ if you don’t want to always be staying in motels or hotels. Anyway at this campsite we were about a minute walk to the beach and right next to the historic wharf, built in 1929, that is 660 metres ...
... to see, particularly in the cold. We have decided to donate to the church we went to at Christmas Eve, as they run a homeless shelter and food bank during the week.
With very tired feet and bodies, we finally reached sore number 16--- also the one just across the road from us. We told the very disinterested barista of what we achieved, but there was a sense of accomplishment in our hearts.
After a few hours, we went out for ...
... Tried to download some photos but I keep getting timed out so apologies if you were thinking that some photos of Bears are coming. Another day here tomorrow then we collect our hire car for the next leg of our trip yee haaa.
More to come as hotel has free wifi bargain and a pub with sport tvs currently showing Irish footy on.
Cheers from the Travelling Wallabies ...
... and something to eat. Harrison fell asleep on route so Sarah and Stuart after a few map related 'debates' found the nearest pub and took advantage to get suitable refreshed. Stuart had a lovely local brewed cider (that tasted like Apple tango) Sarah was more classy and had a cranberry n lemon grass martini. Not so classy though as was really strong because of the heat! She drank fast n was a little giddy after!! Opposite the pub was a Safeway so we popped in to get a couple ...