Pleasant View Bed & Breakfast Timaru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Timaru
... struggling as tourism is changing the look and the feel of the place. The street names are still displayed in French and some of the architecture shows some signs of a french influence but it is rapidly disappearing. A great pity that they cannot manage to retain the old and develop the new stuff a little further on. A sign of the times.
... eagle or struggling cyclist, two rabbits, and rare stranded small collections of houses, a few long closed pubs, sheep stations in the distance, Wales, Scotland...... After a long day we sat quietly writing, reading or on the computer. We had a beer and a sandwich and went to bed by ten thirty, quite tired. We'd seen so many different things and had also talked pretty much non- stop. Very fulfilling and ...
... town and port for the South Canterbury regional economy. Timaru is one of the major cargo ports of the South Island. Timaru is the second largest fishing port in New Zealand.
The Main South Line section of the South Island Main Trunk Railway runs through Timaru and is a significant freight corridor. Passenger rail services were discontinued February 2002. Between 1949 and 1970, Timaru was serviced by the South Island Limited, one of the former ...
We arrived at the camper van hire place at 9.45 to be told there was an hour wait. Great - especially as Helen's rucksack which had a litre of strawberry & kiwi juice had leaked all over her bag & clothes. So we waited 1.5 hours in a shelter made from shipping containers with a strong wind blowing through. Finally at noon we left with outer enormous van. 7.2m long. Helen bravely started ...
... stalker of ours, the humble rainbow. It was like the circus was in the sky each time we’d arrive at a place, a spectacular showcase of colour – none more so than the intense spectrum we saw during our drive to Wanaka. It was as if it had just been born. Naturally, this phenomenon didn’t last long as once more the rain bulleted down and bullied it away before continuing on its warpath until the roads were sodden and the ...