Omaka Heights B&B Countrystay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... camper and low hanging branches of a tree, so we asked if we could move. This they were happy for us to do and we moved two pitches where there were no trees to worry about.
The evening meal was only a short walk away, just across the road from the site entrance. During the meal we watched some of the World Darts from Alexandra Palace.
Sorry folks, slight cock up on the photography front, neither of us took any photos at ...
... our tarp and bivi bag shelter for the first time, using the split paddle from the kayak as tarp poles (see picture!). The tarp is basically just a single sheet that provides a bit of wind and rain cover, we have bivi bags to protect our sleeping bags from getting wet, and a roll matt each on the floor – and that’s that! We spent the rest of the evening eating ...
... and sunny at that point. Good timing!
Our other activities in Welly included some fantastic walks through the very hilly, beautiful town (you really have to see it to believe how hilly it really is); a visit to Te Papa, the national museum; and a walk through the botanic gardens. A good part of one day was taken up with a visit to the Weta Cave – display piece of ...
... is now, at the end of vintage, largely empty. I’m also without a job. WHY was I so hesitant to leave? I guess I was subconsciously afraid of making a big change, and clinging to whatever small shreds of routine, comfort, and familiarity I have established here.
It’s entirely possible that I (unintentionally) enhanced my own melancholy by overthinking it. I tend to do that sometimes, and I’m pretty sure I’m not alone in that sense. (Any fellow ...
... of winemaking. As the rookie, I do a lot of cleaning and general odd jobs. That will change as I learn and improve. For now, I basically help out wherever an extra pair of hands are needed and I’m happy doing it. I’m almost always tired or hungry and my spirit desperately misses the sunshine, but I’m glad I took the job. That said, I’m also glad it’s only temporary. Also, did I ...